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VOLUME XL Taris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second al KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY What War might Bring. Columbia (Mo.) IIerald.J 4.. L898. "Saved Her Life." J. im B trH It is well for every citizen to consider what might bo the result of a foreign Monday. TERED. w ar. It would cost in any event from Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monfifty to ono hundred millions of dollars, Courier-Journa- l, the editor of the day. but LNcw York Sun.J even though it might be ended promptGeorgetown, Scott county, third Mon- seems to havo been contributed by "At what age are men most pleasing ly with but little sacrifice of life. It sonio outsider who has not studied tho to day. women?" A London editor recently might cost much more. It might Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. general policy of that paper, and, threw this bone to the public, which fell double or treble the national debt, now "N icholasville, Jessamine county, third therefore, could not follow it and on it and rapidly being extinguished. All this write a patriotic article. The article it, and worried it and .quarreled over Monday. worked up a fine state of excitewould have to he paid in tariff and Winchester, Clark countv, fourth was well written, and perhaps the ment about it, much to the editoral other taxes, and would fall chiefly upon managing editor passed it without that Monday. satisfaction ami profit the side who deal in bonds and own proVersailles, woodford county, fourth careful scrutiny which is required to The general conclusion reached was tected manufactories. It would make preserve the consistency of the Cou Mondav. that a man to be truly attractive from them richer. It would bring another course. Tho discussion a Absolutely Pure feminine standpoint must he over 30 generation of pensioners possibly doubof the question of war in the columns GITTIN' UP TIME. aud under 45 years of age. over 30, bet ling tho number. It would fall of the Courier-Journand Times will cause then, if he is a passable penon at the most heavily upon tho industrial (.BY S. B. HACKI.KY. probably let somo light in on tho ES. JOIHJ WALLET, cf Jefferson. CO.. TORI. all, he has lost the first raw egotism and prodticting classes, especially upon S Unless the war with Spain is speedwis., tnan whom none Is rsoro highly There's a time as daily comes ter me, minds of the readers of those papers that besets the '20a; has given oer nourthe West and South. It would increase ily terminated it will make the raisesteemed or widely laiotrn. writes. A time o" longin' fer exemption from responsi- on the subject of foreign interference ishing himself and his characteristics, bility; "In 1SD0 1 had a severe attack of LaGnppo the cost of living, would demoralize la- ing of a great revenue on the part of Some Advantages of and at the end of four months, in spite cf all A time o wishin some other fellow d take my with our national affairs. In tho ex- and learned to be interested in the perbor, in that the laboring classes would the United States imperative. citement of war, or threatened war, sonalities and place rysicians. friends and pood nursing could standpoints of others. furnish the boldiers. It would multiply Shall this revenue be secured by .a, my lungs heart and nervous system were In work, and win fer me the daily race; they will let the truth out occasionalLouisville Times, March 26, 18DS. By that time he has lived and loved, crime and stir the vicious passions of taxing the necessities of life? That so completely wrecked, my llfo was de- A time o' wishin' the cheepin English sparrow ly. Both these papers have recently Senator Thurston pointed out some of the people. It would bring to the front has been the policy of this government and so gathered about him an atmosspaired of. my friends giving rao up. 1 could thet by my winder flies made thrusts at the stock jobbers and t ly sleep by the use of opiates. Jly lungs Er on the grapevine swayin swings and teasin phere of experience u charm that must the advantages of war arising from an the worst elements of society and it in the past. Is it to be tho policy iu the "Wall street influences which be acquired slowly, a d heart pained mo terribly and my cough sings, "rise, rise, rise!," like vines on a increasing in the price of our farm might involve us in insurrection and tho future? Great as has been was most aggravating. I could not lie in Wui dead-c- r dumb at gittin' up time! dominate the administration and house, but that has a strong influence products, the stimulant it would give bloodshed among ourselves. me position but a short time and not on my the burden of taxation, tho prospect yer bed o' downy feathers most al- - usually dictate to Congress. We com- on a woman's imagination. when to many manufactures and the new Its worst result would be destruction is that it will of necessity become lft side at all. Jly husband brought bc 'Tislunn lies. mend these glimpses of patriotism, so Tr Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure and I In the early 30's a man lias mastered fields of employment it would afford of human life. The loss of two hundred much greater. Congress should en taking them. When I had taken a half An" when jer piller seems a cushion out o' rarely seen in thb columns of these pa- himself, if he is ever going and fifty lives upon one steamer seems deavor to discover some method of seParadise to, and that our laboring classes. pers, to the thoughtful consideration bottle of each I was much better and contin- Er Eden, an" yer quilts is angels' wings, These are purely commercial and terrible, and it is, but is it to be com- curing revenue is a first step toward mastering others. uing persistently I took about a dozen bot- An' the scent that shall not tax to o' bloomin' lilacs in jer winder of the public. The trouble with Spain And if there is one thing the proud, free, physical offsets to the horrors of battle pared to the slaying of two hundred tles and was completely restored to health to the last degree of endurance the neflings, is a matter of minor consequence when and the distress and suffering which and fifty thousand or more iu battle or cessities of life. Ue surprise of all." Thct some thin' tiresome comes, like a headache compared with the danger which independent, uutrammeled woman of Dr Miles' Eemedles loves it is to find herself mas- war must entail upon many non com- by disease, and the grief and desolation alter rich ice cream, In regard to methods of securing are sold by all drug-- p Er a wearisome wakenin' in the middle o' a threatens this republic from foreign tered. Moreover, she can be her most batants. But these are not the highest it would bring to our homes? AVho that funds with which to pay the expenses sts under a. positive influences and foieign intermeddling sweet, sweet dream, Considerations. War arouses the nobler carnage of onr guarantee, first bottle The gittin' up time! with our domestic affairs. 'Ihese in- fascinating without visible effect on impulses of a people. It uoi only remembers the "fearful was no uncom of the government England is far more benefits or money rehim, and that is irresistible to a woman. own civil war, when it enlightened than the United States. jFScstorog. funded. Book on disYer wrists hangs weak an' heavy, j er eyelids fluences, which the freedom of the A hoy's adoration may be gained by checks tho vicious tendencies of peace, mon occurrence for twenty or thirty In contrasting the English and eases of the heart and seems a soothin' kind o' lead; people of Cuba, have for years sought but it elevates man by the inspiration thousand to be killed in a single fight American method the New York nerves free. Address. An' a seet an' hazy, restful somethin' fills to undermine and destroy the free- three glances and a smile, and is hut a of a sublime fervor; it develops a more DIL MILES MEDICAL CO. Elkhart. Ind. even one battle with World says: "Note these items in jer head; dom of the people of the United cheap tribute, since the nextgirl,and the ardent patriotism aiAl exalts the soul can contemplate 'Tis a drowsy, lazy, lullin' feelin' thet keeps other than apprehensions of horror? Great Britain's net income from taxaone after the next, could have secured States, and in their effort to accom to a scorn and defiance of our common War, in the j ou satisfied g swamps of tion last year: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. broom plish that purpose they have had the it just as easily. But as an individual, enemy death. Terlaj as still an' idle as a split-u$75,Oob,K!0 Cuba, or upon a foreign shore, in the Inheritance taxes. and not just as a thing in smiles and stick throw'd aside; active. and effective support of these petticoats, As Ituskin finely says: &,OUO,000 midst of vicious and hostile enemies, Stamps tax and so is infinitely precious But the sneenn' sunbeams, scornful, push the newspapers. "When . 86,000,000 the Conner-JournATroairsrs. "I mean, also, that war is the founda- would be infinitely more terrible than Income lengthenin' day along, "All of theseitems making together speaks for the people of the Uni- to her. guineas quit "potrack" tion of all the high virtues and facul- in our own land. War now with the An the when a man passes 4o he is apt to go , d more than JJ W. MILLER. of the total ted States and says: "We havo no an' change the burden o' their song back to some of his early traits. He is ties of men. It is very strange to me increased facilities for killing, would he come out of supeifluity. Ter "git up! git up!" at gittin' up time. friends in Europe," it speaks the Further, to discover this, and very dreadful, hut vastly more destructive than it was s kt- - at- - La w, Atto too easily pleased his admiration too Great Britain raised it taxes upon imUv course I love America land o' life, an' love truth, and when it counsels its readers Richmond, Kkntuckt. cheaply won to be worth while. His I see it to be quite an undeniable fact. years ago. We should arbitrate and ports and in excises both levied an' liberty to give their support to a foreign finanThe common notion that pea:e and the long before beginning it. Its wholly upon luxury or superfluity Office tn the Burnam Building, next door to Ez full o' pluck an' push ez ther's water in the cial policy which was introduced into interest in others has lost its keenness, virtues of civil life flourish together I hesitate feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. us hope sea. so up swells his egotism in its place. end no man can foretell. no less than $270,000,000. Almost none But some further down the Tropics, where no our system by bribery and fraud, and His youngest is gone, and with it the found to be wholly untenable. Peace those in authority possess tho w isdom of her vast revenue came from the I s whistle set en, which has been maintained by decepand the vices o! life only flourish to and the statesmanship to prevent it. STJXjZjX"V-A.2sAn' no loud voice relentless calls, "git up," an' tion, corruption and crime, it is guilty divinity that hedges a man, before gether consumption of necessity and comWe talk of peace and learning, Our civilization has been to but little mounting flesh and the spirit of prubreaks my dream o' Heaven! fort." of a worse offense against Republican Is where I crave each morn ter bc a place dence uncrown him aud push him into aud of peace and plenty, aud of peace purpose if they cannot. Attokney-at-Lagovernment in this country than the where men arise ter work tile realm of middle aged commonplace. and civilization; but I found that those Requirements For Entering TJ. - - KENTUCKY. Jes' when they please an' when they please, Spaniards who blew up the battleship He loses his distinction as a possible were not the words that the Muse of RICHMOND, It is a gieat leap from the old fashthey shirk, Maine in the harbor of Haana. That hero, and becomes together; th.it on her ioned doses of blue-maS. Army. aud nauseous OnVe over Tavlor's Hardware store, merely a commercial History couples I'd love at gittin up time. is a crime which can be punished by factor of lips the words are peace and sensuality, physics to the pleasant little pills known Court House, on Main Street. the world's growth! force, and will be punished in obepeace and selfishness, peace and corrup- as DeWitt's Little Early Kisers. They Jessamine Journal! A DISGUSTED NEWSPAPER TELLS SOME dience to public opinion. The crime tion, peace aud death. I founa, in brief, cure constipation, sick headache and II. B. HOGG, Should vou volunteer your services Is This You? TRUTHS. against our financial system which the that all great nations learned their truth biliousness. Douglas & Wines, Drug at the first call for an addition to the LAW. ATTORNEY AT Courier-Journand Times have We don't w ant to buy at your place, of word and strength of thought in war; gist. army you may stand a chance to enter Kentucky. Richmond, I Louisville Dispatch AVe won't trade there any more, helped to fasten upon this country is that they were nourished iu war aud the ranks if you are between 21 and 30 n In the cour.se of a one which can only be punished at the You'll be sorry when ou see us wasted by peace, taught by war and de The Senationzd Political Episode at Danville. years old, of good character and habOffice No. 13 First St.. up stairs. broadside, fire at the President yester- ballot box, or by revolution. That Going to some other store. ceived by peace, trained by war and its, able bodied and free from disease, Governor McCreary is being con- not less than 5 leet 4 inches tall and day, our Green street contemporary, was an infinitely worse crime, betrayed by peace; in a word, that they You can't sell us any stale goods, J. C. & D. M. CLTENAULT. which elected McKinley, snid: "The it lias sacrificed tho lives of thousands, were horn in war and expired in peace." gratulated on all sides for his manly between 128 and 190 pounds in weight. We have opened wide our eyes; Courier-Journis the friend not the the prosperity of tens of thouands.and We don't want to trade at your store Take the characters of hibtory that and courageous conduct in the episode If you measure above 5 feet 10 inches ATTORNEYS AT LAW, enemy of the administration." Its will eventually destroy the happiness If you do not advertise. Kentucky. hae done most to exalt mankind; that at Danville last week. He was charged in height or w eight above 165 pounds Richmond, criticism ol McKinley for his connec and the freedom of millions, unless it Exchange. have furnished posterity with its no by Mr. Thompson with numerous sins you can enter the infantry or artillery, oxceeu-ingl- j blest models of moral excellence and of omissions and commission against but not the cavalry. These are re is punished at the ballot box. Perhaps Office on Second street, over Chen-ault- tion with .Mark H.inna is iu A Clever Trick. bad taste for a newspaper, know war between bpain anu the United patriotic virtue, the story of whose lives the Democratic party, all of which the quirements for entrance to the regular grocery. knows that States may revive the dead spirit of ing as the Courier-JournIt certainly looks like it. but there is has done most to inspire our youth Governor denounced as falsehoods, army. They would remain in force Murk Hanna bought the convention patriotism in the breasts of some of really no trick about it. Anybody can with high ideals and heroic deeds. Do which Mr. Thompson sought to resent. during the mustering of volunteers PST3I0XA17S. that nominated McKinley, and bought thoe who have heretofore bargained try it who has Lame Back and Weak we not find more of them among war- But Mr. McCreary bade him take until men should he passed in with and stole the ballots which elected their souls to the money devil. Per- Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles. riors than among any other calling or his seat, calmly asserting that the re- sufficient speed. Then the restrictions DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, ports quoted by Mr. Thompson were him. through the agencies which he esKentucky tablished in this and every other state haps after we shall have stricken the We mean he can cure himself right pursuit? as long as human nature re lies and that his informant was a liar. in regard to age would be made less Richmond. Besides, chains of slavery from the limbs of away by taking Elictric Bitters. This exacting. In great emergency tne This brave repulse at the outhet quite fighting age would doubtless be in the Union where there was a con- the unfortunate and heroic people of medicine tones up the whole system, mains uuchanged, war must, often test. It is painful to witness the suf- Cuba we will then be ready to strike acts as a stimulant to the Liver and KidV Telephone at office ard residence. a necessity. A nation may accu- winded the Mercer statesman and ran stretched to from 18 to 45. The restricferings of this virtuous sheet when it the shackles from our own people, neys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonic mulate wealth; it may cultivate the arts McCreary's stock above par. Tho Dan- tions m regard to weight would perhaps DR. H. R. GIBSON, speaks of the flag being "trailed in throw off the domination of oilier na It cures Constipation, Headache, Faint- and sciences; it may build great and ville Advocate, after the sensational be changed, but very heavy men SURGEON, the dust by cowardly politicians tions, and assert and maintain our ing Spells. Sleeplessness and Melancho- graceful cities; it may be stored with debate, said: PHYSICIAN AND would not be accepted. Fat men do "Gov. McCreary lost nothing by the not make as good soldiers as thin men. Kentucky. and corrupt stock jobber." We can right to govern ourselves, and to regu- ly. It is purely vegetable, a mild laxa- treasures but all these do net prevent Richmond. see the tears of poignant regret rolling late our policies to subserve the inter- tive, and restores the system to its nat- its peoplo from becoming base aud ef- episode that caused some little excite- The war department has prepared a down the cheeks of the editor of the ests of the great masses of our own ural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and bo feminate. It was a wise philosopher ment at the speaking Monday. His table showing in what is considered , 0Ece in the Joe Cc.lins buiWing, 18 and io Sec- Courier-Journlike apples from the people. If war should have this effect convinced that they area miracle work- who said to Croesus when iu ostenta- coolnes-- and dignified bearing together to be tho correct proportions of height, ond Street, over Wnue ..eld druistore. with tho fact that accusations having weight and chest measurement. If whatever of blood and treasure back end of a huckster's cart, as he guaranteed. Only 50c a tion he showed him his glittering heaps in the prosecution of it will er. Every bottle contemplates the demoralization wiiich not have been expended in vain, but bottle at Perry it Thomas' Drug Store. of gold, his ornaments, his luxurious been made against him the audience you correspond very nearly to these CHAS. HOOKER, allowed to Wall street Mark Hanna and the cor will bring blessings to humanity an Successors to W. G. White. 3 comforts: "Sir, if any other come that thought that ho should be you may consider yourself of military VETERINARY SURGEON, defend himself enlisted their sympathy physique. A man 5 feet 4 inches tall rupt stock jobbers have wrought in hundred fold. hath hotter iron than you, he will be gained one GradtiaU Ontario Veterinary CeUege. and if tho RIGHT OF PRESIDENT 12S pounds, should have this supervirtuous administration, master of all this." Millions Given Away. Iho affair in- should weigh The lash The accumulations of industry, fine vote ho sained dozens. a chest measuring thirty-tw- o and lf Specialty. which he helped to create. It is certainly gratifying to the pub- To Order Troops And His Authority in State works of art, vaults of gold nerve only dicates that there is too much feeling Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a which it lays on McKinley's back is d inches without breath and should np stairs, over store recently concern in the land candidates to admit of have a chest expansion of at least two Army Affairs. Co , East Main bt, administered in accordance with the lic to know of one Harness bv to tempt the cupidity of a warlike na- between the apr7-lwho are not afraid to be generous to Richmond, Ky. scriptural injunction, but we fear it tion if tho arms and sinews of the own- joint discussons." inches. A man 5 feet 10 inches tall needy and suffering. The proprieNew York Sun.l The Hon. James B. McCreary seems should weigh 155 pounds, should havo a so long spared the rod that the tho ers he not strong enough and ready has M. D tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for E. C. "Constitution" ask us three questions enough to defend them. to be something of an expert when it chest measuring 35 inches when withchild is spoiled. And then to think of Medicine and Surgery. Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have and we answer each by itself: saying: "Every War is painted with grim visage; but comes to nailing a lie. Louisville out breath and should have a chest exthe Conrier-Journaway over ten millions trial botOffice Coliins Bnildine, Main Street. "Has the President of the United it never appears in the form of, a sup- Dispatch. lf of the President's mes- given pansion of at least two and word of praise Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr place) on tles of this great medicine and have States power to order out the militia or Broadway. pliant, a weakling, a coward. sage from European sources is a stab Mr. Thompson is laboring under inches. Similarly, if he be G feet 1 If Kentucky. at the honor of America. We have no the satisfaction of knowing it has ahso National Guard of the United States?" Richmond, the impression that he makes friends inch tall, he should weigh 176 pounds, lntely cured thousands of hopeless Yes. Children like it, it saves their lives. for himself by bullragging Gov. and should measure thirty-sifriends in Europe. To the extent that cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, HoarseW. EVANS, M. D., "Can he order them to leave their We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the European applause Danville Monday, inches around his chest after as ho did at the Prcsidentseeks ness and all disease of the Throat, he is false to his own country." The Chest and Lungs are surely cured by State and ente.r into another for in- infallible remedy for coughs, colds, he should disabuse his mind of such a breathing out and should have a chest stance, ordor tho New York National croup, bronchitis, gripp9, and all throat delusion at once. That may take with expansion of at least two and one-haCourier-Journseems to forget that Call ou Perry & Thomas Druggist, Guard into the State of New Jersey?" Physician and Surgeon, on a platform it and lung troubles. Douglap & Wines, the underlings and bring him applause inches. Weights between these are McKinley was elected Kentucky. which expressly authorized him to de- Successors to W. G. White and get a Yes. Druggist. from the galleries, but the sober sided, given proportionate measurements for Richmond. trial bottle free, regular 6ize 50c and 1. "If he can, what gives him such conservative element look on with a the other details. In tho event ot war fer to the wishes of other nations, es- Every bottle guaranteed, or price reA NOTABLE LETTER FROM LEE. power?" tired feeling, if not with absolute dis- many requirements prescribed for enpecially in reference to our domestic funded. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, 3 Article L, section S, Constitution of and Surgery, we have no gust. If Mr. Thompson wins the nom- listment in the regular army during practitioner in Medicine and financial policies. If Gei. Kobert E. Lee, oil the same day ination, it will be on hisown merits peace must be eliminated. The thirteenth General Conference of the United States, and Revised Statutes, Kentucky friends in Europe whysuouid we fashRichmond. 9. that he sent his resignation to General and not on the demerits, if he have ion our finances to please Europe? If the Methodist Episcopal church, South, sections 'Has not the Governor of each State Scott, April 20, 1861, wrote to his sister any, of Gov. McCreary. Neither can and residence on Second Street. The late Senator Blanche K. Bruce message is a will meet in Baltimore on Thursday, praise of the President's lie successfully work the bluff, aa the had for years supported the widow and of America, why is May 5, pnd will probably be in session the sole power over the militia or the following letter: stab at the honor D3NTAL SUSGSB.T. organized under the "We are in a state of war which will result at Danville should convince him. daughter of his former master, who was not a foreign financial policy a worse two or three weeks. This marks the National Guard yield to nothing. The wholo south is Though not a lighting man, Gov. Mc- a planter in Virginia. They have been 169th year since the name "Alethodist" laws of such State. ? stab at the honor of America? If it "And is not such militia or National in a state of revolution, into which Vir- Creary will not be run over and entirely dependent upon his bounty, ap was given the Brothers Wesley and "otecm "DT.XaVtTvUuc makes McKinley a traitor to seek other young men, members of the Guard organized for duty solely within ginia, after a long struggle, has been though bo may be slow to anger, and although there was no legal obligadrawn; and. though I recognize no ne- when that anger is aroused, he is not tion whatever, they "Had treated him "Holy Club" at Oxford, and the 114th tho confines of etifli Spate?" op IiOCisiiixK, Ky. cessity for this state of things, and afraid to smite his antagonist fore and with great kindness when, he ws a No, no. year of tho organization of the Methodto Government Building, of a State power would have forborne and plealed to the aft, no matter how many backers he elavevhehad required the rudiments of next door "Has the Governor ist Episcopal church in America and to BichmSnd, Ky. Office hours- -9 to d year of the Methodist to order tho militia or National Guard end for redress of grievance?, real pr may have. As a friend of Mr. Thomp- an education from the tntor of his masthe novl"-lEpiscopal church. South. This confer to leave such State" and do duty In an- supposed, yet in my own person I had son, who is personally a most clever ter's sou, and felt a gratitude that exto meet the question whether, I should and companionable man, we utter this pressed itself in this manner when he ence represents ope of the largest, most other?" rent. Four nice rooms for take part' against my nathestate. With warming, that he will hurt himself learned that they were in needy circumreligious No. aggressive and wealthiest "Has not the Governor cf New Jewsey, all my devotion to the uniort, and the more than any one else if he seeks to con- stances. Hob-soof the South ; it meets Quadrenbodies Call at Dental Office of Dr. nially in May, and is composed of the for example, a perfect right to object to feeling of loyalty and duty of in Ameri duct the canvass except on Btrictly first to class principles. The peoplu want inCollege of Bishops aud delegates elected the entry of the militia ou National can citizen, I have not been able next door to postofiice. Ministers Guard of another Stnte upon the soil of make my mind up to raise my hand formation and if Mr. Thompson Can conferences. from the annual children, my give better reason why he should and laymen are equal in number, and the State of Uew Jersey for any pur against my relatives, my Ayers Cherry Pec- have an equal voice and vote on all pose whatever?" home. I have therefore xesignect, my bo made tho standard bearer of the better known as jyt. FRED SMITH. "And has he not the right to resist commission in1, the army, and save in Democratic party than Gov. McCreary, Mrs. H. Colyerls noir prepared tcfurnish toral, has made a record for its ouestions that mav come before the DENTIST. deferise of my native state, with the he ought to secure the honor, add will you theH. highest production of Plymouth remarkable cures of asthma. Cases body, including the election of tho such entry with fore, if necessary?'' Tery same office 15. Just half what you pay over Collins' 50c considered beyond Bishops, of whom two and possibly four BurgmrTanlZ-lsincere hope that my poor services may do so without resort to banters or Rock Eggs ateggs.t orOrders. 'filled promptly and No, no. Pr- - ff-- W. that have been inferior for vc blulfb, in both ol wnicn ue may ex- - delivered to anyfirm inBlchmond. the President, for example, up- never uc neeueu, x nope iuuy or help have been cured by may be chosen at this session and genLope 'Can Respectfully. mch23-3MRS H. H.COLYER. .pect to be called, uown. otautoru honTcTtTcMiDWELL, this remedy. We give two examples eral officers. The delegates are elected on the claim being set up that the pas- be called on to draw my sword." are noble sentiments, which no Journal. out of the many on by ballot at the annual conferences, at sage of the United States mails is oh These of such cures Govwith a spark of true tnatihood left John Thompson iS starting out iu his u record: the ratio of two clerical and a like num- structed in New Jersey, order the Bend man fail to appreciate and admire. LIGHT SF will of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom"My mother has been a great sufferer ber of laymen for every forty-eigernor of the State of New York to race for Congress against McCreary in for the past ten years, and her from asthma mends "Wrights Celery session the thirty-eig- a portion or all of the National Guard the Eighth district iu a way to insure OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART' BIG WHEAT PURCHASE. recovery is almost rithout a parallel. On members. To ttiis "New seventy McCreary's nomination. Attheir first Capsules. advanced age-o-ver annual and eight mission confer- of New York to enter the Stdte of account of her nearly affording a of over seeing appointment Thompson, alter abusing Cost over $100,000 to pabluh. Contains by the ' Mr. ve had bat little hopessincerely grateful her ences in thirty States from Maryland Jersey for the purpose of Saviour, e engravings to " gaged Geo. C. Graddy on Msnday en- McCreary iu an hour's speech, threat- 2X) Masters.nil It Is notof ourasters' ideals but a life of Christ, well again: but we are Great to the Pacific freenassagQ of said mail? Elorida and across PAKKEKSBOnG, W. "Va., 1,200 acres of growing' wheat in great of that she has been entirely cured to Yes. with personal violenco as nn exhibii of No tha bookif pubother the Christ. Ocean and from the missions in MexJanuarys 1995. of AVer's Cherry Pectoral. Woodford county, the following named ened him begau to reply. It is well lished. Agents are taking-fro- like it evertwency the use three to the Governor of the State of "Cannot BANKS, Tar Brook, N.S. ico, Brazil and Central America, and ty orders dally. Tho boot is so beautiful that 75 cents a bushel: Z. T. soon as ho The Weight MEn. Co., Published they from Jersey object to tho entry of Now farmers at in the Eighth that Thomp- when people see it alreadywantItit.twenty-fiftwas a sufferer for a long time relief from far away China and Japan, have New iSO acres; J. T. Wilhoit, G5 understood in -". "I Sellers, a year end Columbus, Ohio. p son will not b" seriously in the race less than some editions consisting of 1800 iC!l rMic7 TIT!11v. ministers and York troops for suckpurpose asthma, vainly endeavoring to procure edition, their most honored acres; ltauey juuyiiiauio,on, night Tho using in thoso of ordinary remedies. AUengthl fcent No. , and that McCreary will bo nominated books.ojders. presses are running day ndin this (It has never been sold to Oil Gentlemen.- -I have, beenNovem- was induced to try a bottle of Ayea Cherry foremost laymen. B. Sullivan and tenant. 175; V. J.Ar- over Gilbert. Owenuoro Messenger. territory Aperusal of the pictures of this Celery Capsule since "Cannot the Governor of New" York Wright's so In this council the church will he The fast bottlo afforded me book is like taldnS a tour among the great art nold and Joe Taylor, 150; WJ I. Arnold and find them to be as recomHanods-burber, use of tho represented by nine Bishops Keener, refuse to obe'y Buch anorder? galii'ries of Europe. Tho Hermitage, Prado, began taking them nmch benefit that I continued the tenant, 65; Cihai. Foley) of 120 Hon. John B Thompson, of and Uml, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National of Lonmended. I first remedy until entirely cored. under rea has formally announced his can- don, National of Berlin, Belvidexe and other Granberry, Hargrove, Duncan, Wilson. acres; Jphn Uall, 55; J. Wf Suther while at Hot Springs. Atk. European art galleries, have all JOSEPH KlJONZ, Charlotte, N.C. r ; md "Cannot the New Yjjrk troops lawfulacres; didacy for Congress. It is believed celebrated Galloway, Hendris, Key and Fitzger for Sciatic RheumatUra. placed their rarest .and irreatest treasures at if land, 55; AL B. Scott, K of W any suchrdor, be reproduced for Constipation wlu that delegates. ly refuse Thompson's appearance jn our disposalwork. they mightGIANCB AT THE Stomach trouble aid and about three hundred 165; Jestia Ei'SSmith, Go. that Mx. "FIRST the this superb tho Governoc,'of New York to W.J. Turner, had been . long sufferer. I found relief church membership of glven-bBROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYBS" race will strengthen Gov. PICTURES This represents a Mr. Gfaddy has, engaged iiltogether tho so enter anjl do duty in tho CPules pave me great We do not mean that Mr. says one. "Cleared $150 first week's worlrwith The beginning and have used them about 1,500,000, and 12.000 traveling and them, to thihv t ftnother.r'MaBV men sad wo this Spring nearly 2,500 j acres or irora the Interest of men buying and pay lng for JaoHsea fro their n soState orNjwJrsey'Tjl locAljrcachers, ,16,000 church and Many farmers-- . tmnK.' lueir Thompson Ts running in since- - With pleasure, and man or ever to this last wheat., pnnnfv" r.ftndirliittL Far sacoeas with thfe greatHWork.' Also secure m.wUoYr! Noslro'th'e-rHriake- r buildings,parsonage8,schoolB woman, of good church stranding, can licited. I recommend them to any and 'irons" will average 25 bush Ms to t bo iii mUnfferingwith like afflictionsor either 'lCmsUiution'VwlH see Mf.'Thompsbtf is hjtklf of KMinanfViGirerTMwataddoaei work and 1 51 around from'it? a20" correspoading with. colleges, universities, hospitals,, asylums questjoh. Blder, of them. Very truly yours. N!onalGW'l fc a pret; iftrJhitf. vfiri wjUbusheis b innri "zL.,ftn him.-anenters th?rceidr 'Address for TullSartlcuIttrs A. P. T. jfjeor. and ether cbnreb. property all over the ty.ifeperfant; prettyfresponsIb)e, and Mr "Graddy. fipvs, joij, jfHff f e,cgif Caldwbli- CkaelbsT or mor? SoBth and West fo flje. value hJ'f'H 'l)w'' hushed of grain, i . c.i.ip-- r --" TTaan. Drneaist. Fpce i H" f .' . talf-afce - botttee, ' W " ,,, "- -, TT7 OOfl fWl ftflft ,1 it i ouiu u -M Art x, , '! nar nox. v,m". .i ci l nitiin i .s, rfu i.iiu. uhm u w " " Z J ffr ,.- "' . store and eet free V f a" A financial policy, or we will forfeit the national honor? Tho editorial in tho Courier-Journwas not written by al plause in Europe, why is it that the Courier-Journcontinually holds up to its rdaders tho idea that we must have the consent of Europe to our IT M WOMEN LIKE A Mi BEST TO ATTR>S IN Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. HIM HIS EARLY 3Q': WOMAN LOVES BE MAS- - POWDER DAKINQ rier-Journa- l's pre-en- al there is where we believe Mr. Thompson lias made a mistake. Gov. can not be defeated by a division of tho opposition, and, it is doubtful, it he can be beaten at all, but if lt the effort is to be made then tho Democrats who are opposed to him should unite upon some good man and not divide their strength between two or more candidates. Tho more the en1 tries the easier will be McCreary's victory. Mr. Thompson's entry into the race makes it decidedly more interesting. He is a vigorous campaigner, a good stumper and fine mixer, and his strength throughout the district is Mr. Thompson will at once being an active and aggressive campaign. Danville Advocate. Mc-Crea- ry well-known. 'mjc.'vcrr'vrncia'v rvn-vs- . O la.. Our Spring Stock is now open and ready for inspection. M -- ROYAL POWDER NEW - War.j PRICE WAY We are busy arranging- our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. - bc-r- an to-da- y -- 3 Suits for Everybody. Hats for Everybody. Furnishings' for Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. death-dealin- p al red-head- one-thir- y Lt steam-mill- T. I I sirxfix- i&r "" ' Mi ,'lISJ', 1 -- ct'jrt Hi K te ss I I I I g n y 7r 't' M Nil' a"lE7?K - T" tn : al two-colum- -r" "H tn ate"' jLl. '3BIIKsn Ndy 7W --"- - c cc tW!5 rlf! Lssrj Irfll Sfi s- JSi ANQras' Tta?v HIw flL SScr-U'- H KM -, i - g pj i I fa Pt ff - 31-3- 0 .(- - --- s w bc-aus- al V m "v v . ". tkZ y i tr .uh .. i i ura al " ' j he-co- H. I f J."8TRENG, The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. uj may5 ly Flali MM I I a 'HI I i W IU 3- al maybe-expende- d ANDY CATHARTIC CURrCOMSFiPATiOH io:4 T one-ha- ce accu-piey Kich-non- d JASPER, al 3f9&SfBSB?BBSCTSVF0 oc ALL DRUGGISTS Laxa- ham-- t 2 one-ha- finilT'XlJTTJrn to care anrcajeof constipation. Cascarrts are the Ideal uuaumilljuis tirr. cprer crip or cnpe.lmt fame mr natural rwulti. J pie and booklet free. Ad. STEKM.NG KEJtEDV 10.. fhlnro. Montreal. Can.. orVntTorfc. I XPQnTTlTPrV 25 50' t 1! UJUUUU J.1JLIJ. -- Mc-Crea- rv x one-quart- er al lf lifeu - Jaiiai3jli - pife ieicsL3ivC03srxD7 o ie:". I .11 o " 1,643-1,64- J -- c o a: o K ce s S a o O ' M . it o 1! 2 .2.-5 P - K 12-- 1 Agers cure y fifty-thir- n, Asthma AND ALL KLNDS OF CEMETERY WOJiEi For farther particulars, prices, t&c, address, nxhM-l- y grknite MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN s) 7v;orcv7uiersTs, Madisop Monumental Work's. Eggs for Sale! m y Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. 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" --. t-.- w ii f'?i 11 fr9f!iir""''f- "!' tJvKtS"''",t '; Mjs;iran7tlitjk-t- wbiii k7 ut- iiWV jjflSivWVW!. ., - - .. - is- - . ffi. v-- - -- fr it "x" The Richmond Climax. rUBUBHKS IV Ell Y WinNKSDAY BY The Climax Printing Co. J. C CHESAULT, A. O. MILLEK, C L" E. WOODS, Associate Editor. lULKHT FIR THE UNITED STATES The First Engagement Occurs in The Pacific Ocean. SPAIN'S SHIP? SHATTERED TO SPLINTERS A great naval engagement between Befokk tho battle of Manila the full namo and title of the Spanish Admiral wasExcellentissimo Souor Don Vincente Montejo y Trillo. Now it's Setior Mud. Your friends may smile But that tired feeling ' .Proprietors and Editors. PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. 1S9S. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, FORCONCRESS- We are authorized to announce Hox. James candidate B. McCreakt, ol Madiion county, a subject to lor Congress in the Eighth district; mch30-t- f of the Democratic party. the action We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Bepresen-tativ- e in Congress from this, the 8th District. The State of Ohio now has pensioners on the bounty of the covern inent, a greater number than ever be fore and nearly a ninth of all on the rolls- - This does not mean that Ohio was the most patriotic during the war. a great It simply shows that she has willing many scamps in peace, who are to live off the country they never served in war, except as coffee coolers and sutlers. Midway Clipper. 105.797 the United States fleet under Commo- His Support was faultless, the only Means danger. It error being by Capt. Speed who preTub Alabama Democrats held their Indicates impoverished vented a hit by a brilliant headlong dive but was unable to recover to State Convention last week and voted And impure blood throw his man out. Anschutz's (C. unanimously for a platform 'which not U.) hitting was really the feature. He merely accepts, but adores, the Chicago This condition knocked a homo run anil two platform. Here is the confession of the last he tried to stretch to serious illness. Into a home run and was touched out faith niado by the Alabama Democrats: Bigger got two three baggers, Hardiug It should be promptly "We, the Democrats of Alabama, in and Speed one each. Every man got convention assembled, do reaflirm our a hit save the brilliant shortstop MarOvercome by taking tin, whose heavy batting heretofore unalterable faith in the principles dehas been a feature. He hit the ball Hood's Sarsaparilla. every clared in our platform, adopted in 1896, time but put it into a fielder's and especially in the platform adopted Which purifies and hands. The three happiest men in at Chicago in July of the same year, not Kentucky were Col. David W. Irvine, Enriches the blood, so much because those platforms were Tommie Harding and Beit CunningLouisville great league declarations of our party, but for the Strengthens the nerves, ham,trained oursboys for two pitcher who weeks much higher reason that the principles and taught them exactly how to Tones the stomach, therein announced are the principles knock the wadding out of Danville upon which tho Democratic party and Centre Creates an appetite the field. takes bat and C. U. goes to the Federal Government are founded, And builds up, Hale is first man up. He grounds and because those principles are eterto Speed and is thrown out. Baker Energizes and vitalizes nally true." files out to Denny and Reynolds sent a may-Lead three-bagge- rs; the hero of tho game. Ho struck oiTt 7, allowed them only 3 hits, no scores, and made a base hit, a score, one put out, 4 assists and no errors I iftg, iRK7JK7iK7 vftv V M f9S Nf 2& R tw . - . ... . . .- -. ..... il ;rl .. .--. rZ- ... .--. . ,'J t 7 73i 7 r. v iMiVt'lVVilld si) sr.Mst-- i yii -- - -- - s We Advertise Foci ml L Facts Only ! I CTC1 Tl price. is It is a mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap well butNothing in is poor than goods that looks more certain to create dissatisfaction rto1 Q ,..... 1. ntln-Kilt". f'C t TO T? T. quality, iippareni euuuuui) is uucn iwi V u.u.uB....-.- . ! low Prices and Good Goods ur j-o- Last Wednesday as I sat in the House gallery I was surprised, and et not surprised, to see Judce JoMali Patterson a Gold Democrat of Tennessee, occupying a seat on the Republican side. was contesting The of Representative Carmack a the seat Silver Democrat, but the Republican support that Patterson looked for did not come, and the silver member looks as happy as this Judge looks sad. Thi6 is the Patterson who sneezed whenever Graver took a pinch of bnuff. C. K. Berrymau in Woodford Sun. The Illinois Inheutance Tax law was sustained by the Supreme Court the General new Justice reading his first opinion in the case. Three cases were presented to the court. Two of the cases came from the Circuit Court for the Northern District of Illinois, one of which was instituted by the heirs ot the late Gen Joseph Torrance of Chicago, and one from the Supreme Court of the State. In the latter caso the heirs of John B. Drake, the famous landlord of the Grand Pacific Hotel, contested the law, and Harrison wa among their counsel. Jus'ice Brewer dissented from the decision of the court a, Thuke is no Democracy and consequently no patriotism in opposing a tax on the luxuries of life. We con demn such actions in Republicans, and when the time comes to practice what we preach let Democrats not falter, which is only a preface to these remarks from our outspoken neighbor, the Stanford Journal: tion will fight the increase of tax on tobneco. which would seem to lie a very unpatriotic as well as idiotic acWhat would these worthies tax? s. of life evidently, since The they pK)M? making the very unnecessary article of tobacco, pay its part of the war tax." tion. neces-Hiie- dore Dewey and the Spanish fleet under Admiral Montejo took place in Manila Harbor on Saturday morning, and, according to all accounts thus far received, the American squadron won an overwhelming victory, practically wiping Monte- jo's forces out of existence. As the Spaniards still control the telegraph lines leading out of Manila, they constitute at present our only source of information, hut even the story that comes from Mndrid, which in the nature of things would lessen Spanish lossess and magnify American disaster, is one which contains nothing but favorable assurances of a decisive victory for this country. The first official dispateh sent by the Governor General of the Philippines to Lieutenant General Correa, Spains's Minister of War, reads as follows: Last night, April 30, the batteries at the entrance to the fort announced the arrival of the enemy's squadron, forcing a passage under the .obscurity of the night. At daybreak the enemy took up positions, opening witu a strong fire against Fort Cavite and the arsenal. Our fleet engaged the enemy in a brilliant combat, protected by the Cavite and Manilla forts. They obliged the enemy, with heavy loss, to maneuver repeatedly. At 9 o'clock the American squadron took refuge behind the foreign merchant shipping, on the east bide of the hay. Our fleet, considering the enemy's superiority, naturally suffered much loss. The Maria Christina is on fire, and another ship, believed to be the Don Juan de Austria, was blown up. There was considerable loss of life. Captain Cadarzo, commanding tho Maria Christina, is among the killed. I can not now give further details. The spirit of the arms, navy and volunteers is excellent. At a later hour tho Governor General sent this cablegram to General Correa: Admiral Montejo has transferred his flag to the cruiser Isla de Cuba from the cruiser Reina Maria Chribtiana. The Beina Maria Christina was completely burnt, as was also the cruiser Castilla, the other ships havine to retire from the combat, and some being sunk to avoid their falling into the hands of the enemy. Accepting these dispatches as correct, we alreody have an admission that the Spanish aagship, the Reina Christina, was burned: that the Don Juan de Aurtria was blow n up, that the Castilla was burned, that "some" meaning at least two other Spanish ships were sunk to prevent their capture, and that the remnant of tho fleet was compelled to retire from the combat. Not one mention is made of the destruction or the disablement of an American ship, although it is hardly credible that such an omibsion would have occurred had it been possible for the Captain General to cable 6uch glad news to his government. On the other baud, the official Spanish report says that Dewey's squadron is still in the hay. That our fleet escaped without some damage and many casualties is, ot course, impossible; and, indeed, it would be little short of marvelous if none of the American ships was sunk or put out of action. But that Commodore Dewey has won a signal victory, and has destroyed the enemy's ships, appears to be an assured fact, and with that news we must of necessity rest content until our own official dispatches arrive. Another report, however, is that Manila surrendered only after a heavy bombardment, combined with an attack uii me cuy irom me rear ny trie msur- chis. auc lorts on onegiuer isianu were engaged by the batteries of the OKmpia. The town of Cavite, seven miles west of Manila, toward the mouth ol the bay, is reported to have been destroyed bv shells from our guns. The unfortified part of Manila is also said to have been set on fire by shells and 'destroyed The Spanish accuse the Americans of using petroleum bombs. The German warship Konnoran (third-clas- s cruiser) leftKiao Chou yesterday (Sunday) for Manila. This with the Irene (second-clas- s cruiser), now to Manila from Nagasaki, Japan, will make three warships of Germany in the Philippines. According to the latest official statistics there are only about one hundred Germans in Manila. The British Consul at Manila, in his visit to Commodore Dewey, made rep resentations in behalf of the Consular Corps against the bombardment of the town. French, British and German war vessels are in the roads at Manila. No Spanish warships surrendered and the majority perished. TwoSpan-is- h commanders were killed while resisting to the last moment. The Spanish losses are estimated at fonr hundred men killed including many natives. The cable from Manila to Hongkong has been cut. en-rou- te I Rwdr5r-,- "It si said that the Kentucky delega- si; n -'-- , Tjie report that a brigade of regular infantry, cavalry and artillery, conflixpafr'Ii to Climax: taining fouror five thousand men, is Special at the port to be Key AY est, May 3, 4:55 p. to be landed in Cuba opened by our fleet, is in accordance m. Captain Harrington, of with the probabilities. It would go to y establish and guard a base of supplies, to which would be sent arms and ammunition for the combatant Cubans in the field and food for the nncom-batant- s suffering so cruelly from Spanish barbarity. The advantage of streng.hening thus the Cubans is obvious, and we are that their forces alglad to be ready in the field can be increased so rapidly that the material wc shall fnrnish them will be put to good use forthwith. They are acclimated, they are lightim: for their freedom, and they have every incentive to demonstrate to the world they are worthy of it. With such forces acting efficiently in combination with our fleet the Spanish army would doubtless be much reduced during the rainy season, if not sooner exhausted. as-ur- ed the Puritan, to-cla- released Spanish-Americ- an Yglaise, who was suspected of attempting to fire the Monitor's magazine. Yglaise must leave at once. Sailing of Washington Sampson fleet toward Key West is understood here to mean that fieet wi'l escort troops to Cuba. Tampa, Fla. Preparations were referred here late for departure of an invasion to Cuba. Gen. Shafter has called in all war correspondents and passes for counterto-da- fireman y NOT ONE SURRENDERED. London, May 2. The Madrid correspondent of the Times, describing the engagement at Manila says: "The Olympia, the Boston, the Raleigh, the Concord, the Petrel and the Monocacy entered the bay under cover of darkness by the smaller and safer Bocachica Cuaunel. The forts of Island gave the alarm by firing on the intruders, hut they beem to have inflicted no serious .damage. The American squadron moved up the bay, and at 3 o'clock in the morning appeared before Cavite. Here, lying under the shelter of the forts, was the Spanish squadron. "Admiral Montejo, a few days before, w ent to Subic Bay to look for tho enemy, but, learning that they were vastly superior in lorce, had prudently re turned and placed his ships under the protection of the forts. This was his only chance of meeting the enemy on something like equal terms, and it did Cor-regid- or signature. Lac-red- e CFiBrower&Co M ' Sturdy Tampa, Fla. Castilla and were closeted with Gen. Shafter for two hours i! Probability of Spaniards spreading their defenses in and Broadway. along' coast of Mantanzas and Santa Clara to meet American invaders was. discussed. to-day. "Washington.-Unit- ed States GovJNb will establish provisional Americanism Is fostered and nurtured in the homes of our laud. It is our mission to make the home attractive to put within the reach of all the means of lnsautifying the dwellings Here are a few hints of some of the special offerings for this week: ernment in Philippines. word from Dewer. Cincinnati Post. The latest news up to noon, received through Spanish and British sources, tell of the total destruction of the Spanish squadron at Manila, with not a vessel of the American squadron lost, though one (unnamed) is said to have been disabled. Commodore Dewey's demand that the forts, the torpedoes and the cable office be surrendered under penalty of bombardment of the city Solid Oak, with five drawers Maple was refuseu, and the bombardment took and Mahogany. Also a number of place yesterday at noon. It should be jwferns is. nicely finished, from borne in mind that 12 o'clock noon here is not far from 12 midnight in Manila. $5.00 to $10.00. solely not suffice. "Soon the Americans opened fire. Chiffoniers. China Cases. Tnis mopt essential feature of dining room furniture has never been 60 pleasiug in price and design as now. We have a nice assortment from $13 50 to $25.00. 'Book Cases. , p SPECIAL THIS WEEK -- In Oak or Mahogany finish a combination desk and book case at $9.00. Dining Chairs. A solid at 9nc Others at $1.00, $1.25. Oak Cane Chair this week $1.10 and Wall Paper. New Patterns. Original Colorings, Low Prices. See our medium line for 7 to 10. C.F.Brower&Co LlIINGTOX, KY. I shmk' The Spaniards replied vigorously, and the combat continued without interruption for four hours, during which the Don Antonio de TJIIoa was sunk, the Castilla and Mindanao were set on fire and tho Reina Maria Christina and the Don Juan de Austria were seriously damaged. One or two of the smaller Loxdox, May 2. Manila has fallen. craft were scuttled by their crews to Commodore Dewey by sea and the in- escape capture. Others took refuge in surgents, under Aguinaldo, by land have a small neighboring creek emptying conquered the capital, and the Philip- into Bakor Bay, where, presumably, the pines are ours. American ships were unable to follow Such is the belief in high official cir- them, but not one surrendered." cles here as the result of a close study of the meager dispatches obtainable to- CREW OF ONE SPANISH SHIP day. SAVED. After the terrific battle Sunday Ad miral Dewey landed his wounded west Madrid, May 2. A dispatch to tho of Cavite Fortress and sent word to the British Consul, who is acting in place of Liberal from Manila says Admiral the American Consul, to demand the Moutejo, the Spanish commander, acsurrender of all the torpedoes and guns knowledges that the Spanish fleet has at Manila, of all the Spanish vessels in i been completely demolished. He adds the archipelago and possession of the that the crew of the warship Mindanao cable offices and of all stores and coal in has been solved. At the termination of the Cabinet hours was given the city. Twenty-fou- r Council the Minister of Marine, for an answer. Augusti, in command of the Admiral Bermejo, declined to furnish General land forces at Manila, cabled his gov- any further information for publication. ernment for instructions, and it is be- Ue said, however, that the first ac lieved that, as a result of the Cabinet counts, sent out by the Governor Gen council in Madrid todaj-- , an answer di- eral of the Philippine Islands, were recting compliance with Dewey's de- completely borne out by later dis mands was sent and that the city has patches, adding that the last Ehot was fired at 1150, when, he asserted, the surrendered. The officials here gather from this American warships steainsd away. fact that Commodore Dewey's demands Grazing For Cows. at Manila are limited to the guns, torpedoes and cable, and that he does not Ve will take cows to grazs on the consider hua sufficient force to laad and Mrs. Wm. Irvine farm, at the forks of occupy the ton n. thtsjjancaster and Barnes Mill pikes at The insolvents surrounding the town $2.50 per month. Cash at the begia- stood ready to glvewhtevr aid 'itm ning of each month. I ,pr2?- to tfc Ataerfeu forcM. to-da- y a."JWKrxgs, jfy . $-- . " U - u tho colored brother votes the Be sure to get Republican tickot for that forty acres Only Hood's. of land and mulo that lie was prom ised just after tho war wo think is clear, says the Midway Clipper. At any rate, wo feel that it is not for any" resigned. Mr. Minary in tho judgreal lovo that his white Republican ment of the Louisville directors, and brother has for him. Wo have always in tho opinion of all street railway insisted that the Democratic party was men, is one of the ablest street railway the best friend to tho colored race and managers in America. Misses Ida Speede and Myrtlo Rol- we see no reason to change our mind goes by. Tho following lan- les, two charming young ladies of as time guage is that cf U. S. Senator Gear, of Richmond wero tho guests of Miss Iowa, a partisan Republican, and Francis iNuckols and Belle Graves shows one of the main reasons for Re- from Friday until Monday, a Versail publican opposition to recognizing tho les. Midway Clipper. the present republic of Cuba. Hear JiWo were delighted last week to welcome homo for a short stay, our friend, him: "Mr. Gear, (Rep., la.) said that he Mr. Green Clay, of Cincinnati, who could not vote for the minority amend- has a nice law practice now in the ment, but should be glad to vote,' for Queen City. Green is a man nil over Houso resolution. He ridiculed the and will make his way. socalled Cuban government and ridiThere is ono thing verv certain. If culed tho men who wanted to recog- this state of war continues the seaside nize that government, w itli a colored will not bo popular asa summer resort man at its head, with an army contain- this season and tho pretty girls will ing 70 per cent of colored men." have to seek other places for their con quests. Stanford Journal. The Lancaster correspondent of tho Mrs. Green Clay, nee Walker, was a Stanford Journal gives this summary pleasant passenger homeward to Rich Of the speaking at Lancaster last week between the three candidates for Con- mond Tuesday evening. She kindly remembers visit to Paris as guest of gress: Everything went off quietly and the Mrs. Hamilton, now Mrs. Gen. Will speakers were applauded by their sup- inms. Paris Kentuckinn. Mrs V. K. Brooks and daughter, porters. Mr. Gilbert, who is comparatively a stranger here, made a good Elizabeth, of Midway, arrived impression and many boliovo that ho to visit her brother, Matt. Cohen. Mrs. will have a good following. He Brooks' husband is well known in claimed that, if nominated, he would Richmond, being a C. U. of 1SSG and bo sure to defeat Davison. He and counted his friends by the score. Mr. Thompson attempted to show that Governor Bradley received a letter a part of Gov. McCreary's record was from his daughter, Miss Christine, not in line with the party, but tho Gov- who is attending school in Washingernor fully explained that he always ton, asking that she be allowed to acacted in conformity to tho principles company the First Kentucky Voleuteer of the partv as promulgated at the time, Regiment to the field ns a nurse. Miss and that he has stood squarely on Alice Castleinan. of Louisville, has every platform since he was in public also offered her services in the same life, asserting that in 15 minutes after capacity. The Governor has informed receiving the news of the nomination the young women that all the blanks of Mr. Bryan, he made a speech de- for the first call for nurses have been claring his intention to support him, exhausted, and they will have to wait and his willingness to stand on the a further opportunity. Miss Nannie platform. The Democrats of this coun- Masse, of Owensboro, has joined the ty, who know him and his record, are Red Cross Society, and will go as a in the majority, and it is confidently nurse. asserted that, if the times should come when Mr. Rothwell's claims are withdrawn, he will receive the support of Hanks-Lax- d. A very beautiful the Garrard delegation. This is the opinion of those who generally predict wedding was that of Mr. Cyrus Hanks correctly regarding sucli matters. Let and Miss Mayme Land, on Wednes us have no party factions and nominate day last on Park Avenue, Lexington. the man who can defeat any Republi- Mrs. T. T. Covington and Mrs. R. E can and redeem the district. Turley, of this city, cousins of the bride were present. The bride was very beautifully costumed and had three young lady attendants. The wedding was a pretty homo afMrs. L. J. Frazee is slightly im- fair, the houso being handsomely proved. decorated in roses, carnations and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley and fami- smilax, and the young ladies of the ' ly spent Sunday at Spears. wadding party being in bridal regalia. Mrs. Willis Brown, of Buffalo, N. Y., Tho bride, who is tall and stylish, is the guests of her brother, Mr. E. C. wore that loveliest fashion of all for tho wedding dress of pretty young Wines. Miss Bessie Spears spent Sunday brides a Paris muslin, with under with her parents at Spears. Jessamine dress of taffeta silk. The skirt and waists were trimmed with rows of county. quilled ribbon and finished with Kenney Brooks, of MidMrs. Victor innumerable soft and graceful frills of way, is the guests of her brother, Mr. muslin. The veil was omitted, but a Matt Cohen. cluster of the symbolical orange blos Mrs. J. W. Zaring and daughter, soms fastened the bride's hair. She y for a visit to carried u cluster- - of bride roses and MiSs;Birdie leave Georgetown. lilies of the valley, tied with long Miss Myrtte Gray, who has been streamers of satin ribbon, caught at visiting Miss Lizzie Turley has re- intervals into lover's knots. Mr. Hanks turned to Augusta. is well known and popular in LexingMessrs. J. F. Cohen and Harrison ton, where they will continue to reside-Upotheir return from a short wedThompson, of Versailles, spent a ding trip tho young couple will, for the here Saturday. Mrs. Waller Bennett and sister, Miss present, make their home at WoodSallio Burnam visited friends in land, with Mrs. Leroy Land, ttio mother of the bride. Georgetown last week. Miss Jess and Ben Cochman, of Fayette, were visiting relatives at Whites Station last week. Dr. T. D. Witherspoon, of the LouisMrs. Jerry Noland returned on Saturville Theological Seminary, conducted day from a visit to her father, Mr. the services at the Presbyterian church Robert Turley, in Fayette. morning and evening last Sunday. He Mrs Nancy Green still lingerers also gave the Sunday-schoa short with no hope of recovery. Mrs. C. G. talk in the morning on the subject of Forbes is also not expected to live. building churches in tho mountains, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sucoolerand and as a proot that tne bunaay scnooi nor even drowsy, they little child, of Morehead, wero the is neither asleepenough money to build imarauteed him guests over Sunday of Mrs. Joe Carr. a church in Letcher county this sumis becoming Mr. Talbott Jackson expects to leave mer. The Sunday-schoo- l the church Friday for Hendersonville, Tenn., to the strong arm of W. Synod's Jack is Dr. Com visit his mother, Mrs. Eliza Talbatt son Hustler.. mittee on visitation to Central Univer Jackson. sity. Messrs. V. W. Bush, Jr., and Carl Day, of "Winchester, drove over Satur- In The Field and gn 'The Forum Centre Goes Down Betore C. U. day to witness tho C.U.-Cent- ro base The first debate between Centre Colball game. lege and U. U. occurred Saturday Mrs. G. W. Land, who was the beau- night in tho latter's chapel before a tiful MissMollio Rowland, of Park imiall audience and it was won by C. that the U.S. Avenue, Lexington, is the guest of U. bubjoct should annex the Hawaiian Islands unMiss Mollie Fife. der the present conditions." AffirmaMr. and Mrs. Nelson Prewitt Gay, tive Allen'-W- . Gulhon and Chenault nee Miss Iila Manning Chenault, Hugueleyytbf Centre; Negative J. E. anil R, W. Stephenson, of C. U. spent Sunday with tho latter's par- AbbottMcOreary presided. Tho three Gov. ents, near this city. judges awarded the decisipn to C. U. Dr. Leroy H. Land, of Germany, Two pleasant features of the evening McOreary and Mr. Charles Spears, of Chicago, were the ovation given Gov. From the "The Next Congressman are the guests of Mrs. T. T. Covington sb District," and the recital of 'Ben 8th and Mrs. R. E. Turley. Hur's Chariot Race" by Prof. Milton Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Carrand Miss Elliott, of this county, a champion orator of Kentucky University, who Ethel, of Paris, were over from Satur- declaimed the piece by special request day to Monday. Mr. Carr wont on to while the judges were out. Ot the intellectual combat we are New Orleans on business. when we say it was not a BriDr. G. W. Young is a (state delegate sincere lliant success, neither side having a to the Methodist Conference at Balti- decided advantage. The young men more, and with his daughter he will from Danville, considering the disadvantage of battling on strauge ground, remain there three week?. did well, and there would nave been Mr. and Mrs. William K. Denny, of little dissatisfaction with a decision Manse, Garrard county, were here awarding them the victory. However, and over Sunday and wero the guests of the deDate was spiritless sorry excited to conbut little interest, we are Mr. and Mrs- Jas. "V. Smith. fess. Next year the new will be rubMr. E. T. Bnrnam has been kicking bed off and we hope this new feature rivalry will be the of himself for not getting to Richmond pvent of the year. It is certainly Cenin time to witness the defeat of worthy of bigtier rank than either tre's team by C. TJ. nine on Saturday. oratory or athletics, and we are glad Dr. Frazee returned on Friday last to see it introduced into our contests. Forthetirfit time since 1885 Centre from the Kentucky School of Medicine, wont down in base ball before C. U.Jt at Louisville, which he had been at was a fair, square knockout, without tending for several months past and a squabble or a doubtful decision from tin) two umpires. The only thing is finished the course. Centre can not point to any defeat says that Gen, ever administered to C. U. that rivals Tho Courier-Journa-l 'Manager' Thos. J, Minary, who is a this for completeness, lttoO. There's brother-in-laof Mrs. Jag. S. Minary, on2v ono Ithinsr com parable vkh it of the- - Spwiiefe Dewey's formerly of Richmond will be elected Bquaron tinnituhuion . j.s tob oomjjh. wjhuuw president of the LouteylD (Street Bail. J.JM cvr W1U MMl WW J wi wv Ce.Jto vim Xr . J B, BeWd J l 1 - 'b x to-d- That The whole system. slow one right into Bennett's hands. For C. U. Scott opened the ball with a nice single. Speed sacrifices and goes out, Grinstead to Anderson, Scott stealing 2d and taking 3d on the sacrifice and is caught oil here, Reynolds to Grinstead. Bigger is hit by Henderson and Speed takes base for him, but is left, as Martin flies out to Grinstead. , Second Inning. Hindman flied out to Scott, Anderson died at 1st, Bigger to uennett, and Grinstead fans. Ingram out, Reynolds to Anderson and the heavy-weigright fielder, Anschultz, knocked the sphere into the next county for a clean home run. Bennet struck" out and Harding fiied to Sulser. Third Inning. Barrett and Dickens struck out, Sulser out, Harding to Bennett. Denny got his base on balls but was caught napping at 1st. Scott was hit by Hindman and bcored on a ptiss ball alter stealing two bases. Speed reached 1st on pass ball, Bigger out, Hindman to Anderson, Martin out, Reynolds to Anderson. Fourth Inning. Hale out Harding to Bennett, Baker reaches 1st on Speed's excusable error and was advanced to 2d on Reynolds' sacrifice but was caught out between 3d and ht attention to make a wonderfully strong combination. "We wish first to call so generally apprec-iour SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guaranteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our a -- price, Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or 1 3) $ spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ki boons, Selts, uorsets, nosery arm sue ukc Will quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you: 1 12 12 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. ' vs . . With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and ready to hang up. ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piect- - f With a Twenty-fiv- e Yours Respt., furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. ' MARRIED. PERSONAL. nar-no- w scored on Bennett's single; Bennett scoring on Baker's error. Harding Hied out to Hale, Dennv struck out, Scott made a nice but got no further, Speed going out, Reynolds to Anderson. Fifth Inning. Anderson is given his base, but Harding quickly threw him out at 1st. Grinstead makes a hit, Barrett struck out, Dickens and Sulser get their base, thus filling all the bags; Hale goes out, Martin to Bennett. Bigger sent one down to Anderson, who beat him out, Martin out, Hindman to Anderson, Ingram flied out to Urinstead. Sixth Inning. Baker gets his baso and goes to 2d on Reynolds' single, Hindman struck out, Anderson and Reynolds out on double play, Speed to Martin, to Bennett. Anschutz lined out another but was run over 3d and thrown out, Barrett to Baker. Bennett out Hindman to Anderson, Harding sent a over 3d and scored on Denny's siugle, Scott landed out to Anderson. .Seventh Inning. Grinstead gets his base, takes 2d on Barrett's sacrifice to Bennett Dickens fouled out to Ingram, feulser fanned. Speed led oil with a and scored on Digger's triple; Bigger scores on Barrett's error. Martin gets his base and scores on Ingram's sacrifice, Reynolds to Anderson, Anschutz struck out, Bennett out, Dickens to Anderson. Eighth Inning. Hale flied out to Anschutz, Baker fiied out to Speed, Reynolds stiuck out. Harding 6truck out, Denny gets his base on Reynolds' error and scored ou pass ball. Scott struck out, Speed singled, Bigger lined out a scoring Denny and Speed, and Martin went out, Grinstead to Anderson. Ninth Inning. Hindman flied out to Anschutz, Anderson made a Grinstead Bent a hot liner to Sped, who captured it and threw to Maitin, thus catching Anderson, wio had been so paralyzed by the play that, he forgot to move until too late. Home run, Anschutz ; three bagger, Anschutz 2, Bigger2, Harding, Speed; Scott, Anderson, atruck out, 15y Harding 7, by Hindman 5, hit by Hindman 2. Do'uble plays, Soeed to Mnrtiu to Bennett; Speed to Martin, passed ball, Baker 4; wild pitch, Hiud-ma- n two-bagge- Ingram to Harding; Hindman Ingram led off with a single, scoring on Anschutz's triple, who in turn out, Ingram to Bennett. home, r, MCKEE s K 'rt&''t'ft'(&g&fy McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky, n S ir: HK a R CO W 3 7 I In JR a 7$ 7w 7 sh I 7ft 7 7f Dik Stallion Show. three-bagge- r, three-bagg- er Monday was an ideal day for a stallion show, but few were on the streets, as follows: WOODKOKD SQUIRREL, JR., property of Irvine Azbill, of near Union Uity. This line saddle stallion will make the season at $7 to insure a living colt. Woodford Squirrel, Jr. na, sired by Woodford Squirrel, 717. owned by the late Col. T S. Mober-leand out of the chestnut mare, Jav Bird 1014, sired by Feavine S50, by Kattler. Jay Bird's dam by Young Woodtord Diamond Denmark 6S Squirrel, Jr., is a solid seal brown, no marks. 15 3 hands high, 3 years eld &vg VOLUNTEERS KcKy y, jjr WANTED! V2 && KS next, weighs 1050 pounds, an unusual amount of sizf, substance, style and finish, and will do great credit to his royal breeding, both in the stud and show ring. May 12th pobsesses REN EPPPEKSOX, 1G hands high, Sired by Simmons, 2:23. 1st dam Carrie Almont by Mambrino, 3715. Ben Epperson is a very handsome horse, high actor and plenty of speed, and is siring just tho kind of horses that are bringThis horse ing high prices will make the season of 189S at Collins & Walker's stable, at Fair Grounds, Richmond, Ky., at $10 to insure a living foal. Xot for war, but to join our army of customers. We are now offering many great bargains in Corsets. Black and Colored Dress Goods. three-bagg- er a chestnut stallion, foaled in 1S91. Ab-dall- ah to-da- y. at most attractive prices. Our line of Wash Goods is complete and In Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town So when visit the City dont fail to enroll your name on our roster to fight high prices and cheap material. Remember we will protect von in evppv niiprlmP., ....i,v m- cmnll - j vi liictii. 1 . three-bagge- r, DR. HOOKER, two-bagg- two-bagg- stallion owned by R. P. Fox, Sr , stands at old Letcher Place at $25 to insure. old. Garrard A very fine very best. His dam is of the Messen ger Chief family. He was sired by Dr. Hooker. Bkttik Igo A yearling filly, full sister to Maggie lgo She is a beauty and the very best. She was also sired by Dr. Hooker. the ar i-W-b- -- lm-tr- o - L CHESTER ARTHUR, m F:&3 3 3. to-da- few-hour- s RELIGIOUS. ol -- blood bay, h hands high ; 12 years old; flue stvle and action, combining all the superior qualities that an ad mirer of line horses could ak. Duke of Denmark was purchased with a view to special wants of .Madison and adjoiuing counties, where there are so many brood mare by 1'eavme, Black Squirrer.Uhcster Dare and other Denmark horses, besides the Grey fogies, Copper Bottoms, etc. Duke of Den mark, 795. sired by Gen. Duke: 1st dam by Fayette Denmark, 00; ho by VALLEY VIEW. Washington Denmark, 64. Duke of Denmark's 2d dam by Star Davfs, Jr. Dr. Elmer Northcutt was in Lexing(Thor.) Duke of Denmark's 4ih dam by Aratus (Thor.) ton Saturday. a living Rev. O. J. Young will preach at & $15 to insureProprs. colt Herndon McElwaino Antioch next Sunday. J. H. Burgess and family visited his Deafness fan not be Cured brother at "Waco Saturday. by local application, as they cannot Victor R. Beck and M. F. Wharton reach the diseased portion of the ear. wore in Lexington yesterday. There is only one was to cure Deafness, J. W. Masters, formerly of this place, and that is by constitutional remedies. but now of Lexington, was here Satur- Deafnesses caused by an inflamed conday. dition of the mucous lining of the The Southern Lumber Co. have shut Eustachian Tube. When this tubeiKJts down for an indefinite period, being inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is enout of logs. W. C. BiggerstafF has sold to the tirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless be taken Barker Cedar Co. five acres of land at out andthe inflammation canits normal thi3 tube restored to $80 an acre. condition, hearing will be destroyed Mrs. Rev. O. J. Young visited her forever; nine casses out of ten are father, Henry Azbill, at Winston, last caused by cattarrh, which is nothing week, returning Monday. but an inflamed condition of the Hamilton R. Smith and W.E. Chase mucous surfaces. returned "Wednesday from South We will give One Hundred Dollar for Point, Ohio, where they visited friends. any caseof Deafness (caused by catarrh) Woodson Masters returned Monday that cannot be curpby Hall's Catarrh after a. pleasant visit of a few davs Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. with hiu son, J. W. Masters and family Sold by Druggist, 75c may-i-lat Lexington. Valley View can furnish more sensa tions than Greater New York, outrivals Chicago in her mad rush for notoriety, and well, what next? The large saw mill of O. T. Soper From M. A. BfegerstaH's farm on Monday which burned together with a considnight, April a small d erable o uantity of lumber, across the in hind legs,11,very slimbay horse, river last Thursday night, was the old- hands hlh, and about keen tall, about HJi old. A liberal reward win be paid lor information or return est saw mill site on the river. of horse to Walter AzbiU's livery stable, this The philanthropic spirit of manager city. ANDREW WALKER. G. A. Roy of the Southern .Lumber Co., has manifested itself in a generous way by giving his employees who occupy lils. houses their price of rent free STRAYED OR STOLEN! during shutdown of the mill. - Umpires Downton, of Danville ; Fleece, of C. U. Time: 2 hours. Attendance, 500. The Advocate savsT "The Centre College base ball club lost to Central University Saturday at Richmond by a score of eleven to nothing. It was an interesting game and dovoid of un pleasant features. Centre could not solve- the curves of the Richmond pitcher, Tom Harding, who has done much work in tho box for the noted Olympics, of Louisville." Every man on C.U's. team had been attending college since September, many of them twoortluee years. It was it regular Dewey victory over the enemy and quite as complete. by Old Peavine, property of Kelley, Clay's Ferry. This is the litst of the old Peavinesand will make the season for $10.00 He is 10 hands high and a noble animal. HAXHALL, by Wm. Tj. 1st dam Sultana by Sultan; 2d dam Sophia by Geo. ilkee. Property of W. C. Gormiey. Fee, $10. DUKE OF DENMARK, 795, ue 0 rf"S -- &- fesfeiD bibson.i am3 KM K9i' M&Tod MANAGER. Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. atscS - mmtt 1 1:it fBsWlsW Njfy' $ 7? : ft' ft' i&e- afe75 sc mch2-6m Collector's Sale -- White, John D two vears COLORED LIST. Burgiu, Mary hr's Burton, Steve Ballard, Winston two years Breck, Burgoyne two years Burnam, I C Burgin. Martha hr's l,10O FOR- S CAe5as,S91 OF 200 100 250 GOO Blythe, Sol .... 230 200 200 Jay Ell ES-- . Awarded Highest H&nors World's Fair, inter-collegia- te mm CREAM IIAH1NG IMIWIftHi ; MpjpPERFECIVMADE. ?7,Jf"" " IKJ '-' post-graduat- e w ApMM&awiorTrUrPowdr. fm Beuna, Charles . . Crutcher, George . Carmachaol, John Chenault, Tobe . . Cobb, Squire. . . Campbell, Mat Jr . Cochran, Sar&h two years . . o::oCornelison, Ed two years . . John L. Banter, Collector of the City Duncan, Ann of Richmond, will offerat public sale in Donahey, Candis front of the Court House door, in Rich- Embry, Rebecca mond, Ky., on Estill, Nannie . Francis. Edward Gilbert, Amelia Harris, Ben two years. . . . Harris, William Irvine, Sallle Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m Irvine, Ellen . . . '. . . . and 4 o'clock, p. m., the following prop Irvine, Joe erty, to pay tne city taxes assessed fJannan, Sarah two years i . . against same ta the year 1S97. Miller, William Miller, Martha J . . '. . . . WIUTE LIST. Miller, Harrison D Ayers, Mrs. Nannie B S 150 Mitchell, Mary Ballard, Mrs. Mary A. hr's. 1,000 Mildred, Morse Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca hr's. 500 Morgan, Ann . . From Cane Spring, on Saturday, April 23, a Brooks, J. J 400 Noland, G W pale red. dehorned cow, with eye out. Any Clay.Launey information will be thankfully received. lt500 Phelps, George hr's JEKBB S. CHENAULT, uunmngnam, Mrs. Lavinia . mayl-t- t 100 Stone, Willis College Hill, Ky. Carr, Joe adm'r, T G Hacker 100 Stone, Irvine Duncan, V S , 5,500 Smith, Cassie Doty, C K L&aka, 700 Shepperd, Charlns two vears . Farley, W L 200 Tribble, Mose Green, JS (nr)'j. . j qqq Tribble. Harry "Wrt Wool KTtntK Qt,.l rt A. . will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' , Richmond, Ky. , on Hicks, Fred acfm'r Jas Hicks, Tribble, John . ; two years .). 950 TaylorrMillie WEDNESDAY, MAY lltfe, 1898, Hall, Mrs Amanda . . . 500 3.'Mn, Harry returning every second Wednesday ot each month. Reference,, every physician of Rich- HagermanBC 'two Vears . 150 TerrMl, James . , mond, ky. febl6-lMulfingor, AF ogQ White, Jaeaes A two years . . juarcum, two years . VVhhe, Jas two yers'V. . . O'Neil, David .jl j qq hHe, Heee Ann SADDLE STOLEN! 3,409 iWhifre. Marv . Rowland, Mra MaryT T400 Wheeler. Lassie i ii i. At Klsg4B. this county, on gtiaAiv. Anrll ohiki, WiijH Jr.two years. Nl!WiiHW, twa years cnutw,.d9iR ni ytrs WWfflfe,n3afe. THJorrC V akirta a4 ladem, su aa IK ix atfrru ..-- j m ifralker.Qwan TT-J- . UA. UIMIl M. WitUnr, Xh ijm J00 250 400 200 GOO Town Lots. -- 150 SCO Strayed! SaWaj,Maj2i;385 wang-foote- 150 250 200 250 150 150 250 00 150 450 150 250 COO ........ 100 400 aw 350 250 150 153 150 150 150 150 SOO k Mi I. KTia J j. ....'.... ;...... ........ 300 300 2S0 SOO 150 y. 1 250 075 150 150 dKici-.ai- , ;q 300 250 400 SnJ r.. s " wnriPMUH WL whwwiwi I) -- ip"--. ;, m Wartbwa, Ja r (:i I & 250 1 159 1.C00 niier-jnn- iu p&u AIM! , Chrie idot 3$9 a "' '4 ft) -- '? 1 &. V jk-k-ik-U- VHMlMtlil l.. 6 .. W' f 7 7i 7) 7 - eit:jl: j 7II ,l.;..: i: i !: 77?rraR9r?iwiw A HARBOR .--. .. .. : n nm 7JR - j ml: v v " the i6sue. Read ad Volunteeni Industrial Meeting. wanted In PEACE. PEACE! llanr,,"1i OF ' ?j .v .- -. The Industrial Meetibf; for the promotion of manufactories, etc., will hold a meeting at the court house on Friday night at 7:30 p. m. Hon. W. B. Smith and others will address the audience. All persons interested are invited to come. Bewaro ot These Swindlers. feai1iiliJirl JHi mi. - rrr PROSPERITY. V til w K loaded to the jrtiard, and are ready for inspection. If you will irSi,,ips ar? in n.ir rmllnnf pnn tains will great pleasure in showing you this carefully selected stock and will quote you prices anchorwill our that astonish the Nation and dangers of hijjh prices and but wed to Madison county the Newest the the selected stock of Ladies' and Gents' Fine Footwear; and Gents' Furnishings and Neckwear ever shown in this city. -- protection from the disaster fo.rt0ursre!aJIarbfrofS;ifety-a g C declare war ainsfc our S? n? P,rP?.Se ? to People of Richmond and Pr,Spe? saving M tJTend H-it- s Beware of a gang of swindlers who are sending out circulars promising "in order to introduce their Roods" to send to any address, postage prepaid, ten yards of red, brown or g,reen silk tor $1. The eager victims, who are many, receive ten yards of silk cut from the spool. Maysvillo Bulletin. Why hold claims when Thomas J. Smith, Jr., will casli thein ? aprl3-t- f OR USUI KLONDIKE No use going to Alaska, when you can find a "Regular Klondike," in the way of values our store, it's a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no digging out of musty corners. Notwithstanding the big advance in nearly all lines of goods, we shall continue to give customers the benefit of our advantage of having bought largely before x) at the advance. xf? For New Orleans. Peace on Earth, Good Shoes for the People Is the Motto of QUGLAS.BRIG - N' Rev. I. B. Timberlake, Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Elks of America, left yesterday for New Orleans to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge. Mr. Timberlake has for three terms held the exalted olllce of Grand Chaplain, and although he does ho is, like a not desire lightning rod, in a receptivo attitude. Confederate Reunion. Don't Skip A Word Of this as it is money in pocket to read it all. There will be "A Hot Old Time" at The Busy Bee Cash Store this spring, if first-clas- s goods and Low Cash Prices will do it, wo keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. JA"y "yf I KING OF THE OCEAN. "Mam Street. "Happy Jack" is All Right. -- "TmKtsj'Bs.BRJajK HULER OF THE NATION. eteisieisieieieieieie "Happy Jack" Gilbert was in Richmond on Monday and he says that his cousin, Hon. G. G. Gilbert, claims all WEDNESDAY. MAY 4 1S9S. ot the Gilberts and all the Gilbert Creeks, of which there are many, in the Sth District, but that he was bound 3 Advertisements will be received c to vote for our countyman, Hon. J. B. by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g MtCrearv. 2 antee that its circulation exceeds 3 C Mayor Smith vs Town Cows. 3 that of any other paper published c "For the sake of suffering humanity ) in Richmond. 3 C The reunion of the Confederate Veterans this year will be held at Atlanta, Georgia, beginning on July 20th, and will last three days. The Cotton States and International Exposition was held there two years ago, and all the buildings are yet intact, being arranged in such locations for the largo number of Veterans expected on the occasion. Madison county will bo represented at ilie reunion. ;y SMk Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fine French Organdies, we are now offering pick and choice of our large second importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at $2.76 per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These goods sell at 45 and 50c per yd. We are offering a suiting in beautiful new designs at S1.69 per dress pattern. There is only a limited supply and they are all good styles. Don't miss the chance to see them. 36-inc- h all-wo- ol We are showing all the new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jacquods, Brocaded Mohairs etc. Ask for what you want and you will get it at Lowest Cash Price. Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert Cloths, Denims, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to see them, prices are only S$ to 14c per yd. In our Domestio Department you will find best brands Calicoes, all colors, from 31 to 4c per e yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton 4Jc per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from 6 to6Jcper yd ; 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleach Cotton and Utica Sheeting at lowest prices. Our large size Bleach Damask Towel at 5c and our Celebrated Clover leaf Bleach Damask Towels at 10c are Hummers," Best New YorK Mills Camlet Jeans 10c a yd., other Cottonades at lowest prices. yard-wid10-- We have just opened and put on sale the largest and most complete line of Carpets ever shown in this city, we have everything you want in this line from the Cheapest Ingrain to the finest Axminster, and prices will be made on them so low down that you will want to carpet your entire house out and out and the back yard. You will also find a nice line of Mattings, Oil Shades and Lace Curtains in this department. We sell a Full Length Felt Shad Spring Fixtures at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors ami white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from 39c per pair up. KI9 The Richmond Climax. The Thing "AYER'S SARSAPAEILLA has been household companion in our family for years. I take it every Spring, beginning in ApriL It tones up my system, gives me an excellent appetite and I sleep like a top." H. E. WILDEY, Philadelphia, Pa. OUR X 2-- t Ca IF -- I 2. 2 a ".- C ; -- -- 5- fort to be found from wearing a pair of our shoes than you can dream of and the monev we will save you on each pair yon purchase, will b a nice little contribution to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair. Ladies' Dongola Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fine Shoes for $1.00 and $1.25. worth $1.50 and $2.00; Full line Men's and Boy's Heavy "Work Shoes at lowest prices. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. & FIT IUUIY rFFTWith our Shoes there's more com- Is thoroughly "Tailored" not "Sawed-- X U and evergreens," pleads a lady friend of ,n'n50?y500fy00?OOCr;V50 ours," I wish you would call the attention of our Mayor and Council to cows Dr. Hobson, Dentist. which are turned on the highway to See notice sale of city property for graze in yards and destroy shrubbery. Is there not a town ordinance forbidt.ixes. ding this nuisance." Mayor Smith, Rad ad Volunteers wanted in what say you, our very excellent Mayor? tliis Will you not look up this law? - Is your old city tax paid? If not, Cutting Affray in Estill. put up or close up. On last Wednesday morning about If you want a corn planter the two miles from Irvine, Joe Kidwell, l'ew Haworth at D. B. Shackelford & sonof Elisha Kidwell, fatally stabbed l. O 'b. ftam Crank four times in the abdomen. Thomas J. ijmitli Jr., will buy all The trouble between the young men it and county claims. Office on grew out of some reports Kidwell nprlS-t- f Main street claimed Crank had originated. Crank nignt is considered a peaceable young man The Band Concert will Ik the greatest musical attraction and as thought a great deal of in this community. Young Kidwell, together of the year. Go. with his father and brother, who wero Lost. A Knight Templar insignia present at the time of the difficulty, ngraved G. E L." Leave at this waive a examuaiontion Friday, and aprl3-t- f office and get reward. were admitted to bail in the bum of Your property will be sold if your $400 each. t lty taxes have not been paid for lSy7. Attention, Ladies. See notice and list of delinquents. All those desiring the latest things D. B. Shackelford & Co. wish to in ready made dress shirts, hosery, thank the people for their promptness notions, muslin underwear and hats. in placing their orders for Deering Should call at once on Miss Tempie Harvesters. may4-3- t Oldham. special attractions of the Note the The War and Horses. Band Concert-- a splendid male quarMr. Joseph M. Garrett, tho wood-for- d tette, the finest of vocal soloists, the bleeder of saddle horses and piano holoists. roadsters, said Monday: "I believe the The Hurst House Iusurance Com- war will help the horse business. It will pany, represented in this county by take a lot of plugs out of the country .1 W. Chaney, of Berea, has 219 policy and make room for good hcrses. Very holders, aggregating $229,500. little breeding has been done lately and that our there is bound to be a shortage." 'Put it in the Climax Mr. Russell Railey thought war would houf-i being painted," taid little Kit Covington, Jr., on Monday as we pas- prove injurious to his trade. He sells to the Eastern market altogether. sed his home on North street. Mr- - C. B. Hawkins sajd he coundn't Solos, duets and ensembles on form an opinion as to how it would be s, cornets, clarinet, saxophones, with the thoroughbreads. 'Everything guitars, banjos, mandolins, etc, was Igetting into pretty good shape," night. said he, "and satisfactory prices were at the Band Concert Minier, B. M., the being realized. I don't know what figUnder l'rof. Richmond Military Band has now at- ure the war will cut." Mr. Robert Noel, of Spring Station tained a position where it can compete for honors with the bet bnnd in the "I'll tell you that the war will boom the thoroughbreds. Those Spaniards will State. U. S. soldiers will Taylor Brothers, cordially invite an run so fast that the need Kentucky runners to catch them." inspection of their corn planters the Moline and Barlow the two best Sold a Car Load Here. makes in the market. Also Moline Messrs. Taylor Brothers, the apr27-Jcultivators. hardware firm, have sold a car For the State Encampment G. A. load of McCormick's Right Hand BindR. the R. S. L & B. will sell tickets ers of this 1S98 pattern the only apr27-3binder sold here. to Bowling Green, Ky., May 24th and for return to MaySSih, 23th. limited Banquet Finest of The K. of P. Election. at one fare for the round trip. Year. The Come in and let us show you what It has been our pleasure to attend we mean by "best and latest improved" several banquets of the secret fraternal the world's standard for sixty-seveorganizations of this city, but we do years the tried and true McCormick not recall a handsomer spread than apr27-3Right Hander. the one given on Thursday night by Mason Dunn the IS year old boy the Uniform Rank of the White Lodge Knights of Pythias. It occurred at 11 of Mr. Bnd Dunn, of Whites Station shotgun last p. in. at the Hotel Zimmer, after the discharged a Tuesday by attempting to pull it over election of officers and an address by lata fence and blew away his right fore Cant. Sheely, of Lexington. The considered to be the "brightest" ter is finger. Knight in the State, and a man who & Co. say they D. B. Shackelford loves Pythianism second only to his nave taken more orders for Deering beautiful wife. He occupied the seat Harvesters this season than ever be- of honor at tho table at which were fore, which looks as if the farmers ex- seated about thirty of tho members of pect a big wheat crop and want the the order in fall uniform, presenting a best machine to handle it with. scene of martial splendor thrilling to McCormick Right Hand, behold now that war is on and the The Model 1895, is better made, has more gallant Knights are subject to a call good features and a better record than to arms. The supper was a beauty, any other harvester and binder. Por nothing less. The most fastidious tale bv Taylor Brothers, Richmond, taste for food, the most critical eye for apr27-3arrangement and decoration, iu fact, Kv. the most humbunktious gastronomist Don't miss hearing the Military would have been overwhelmed with Band in their last Grand Concert, ren- the feast. Mine Host Zimmer, a born dering the celebrated selection from baker and a growing hotel keeper, IiTrovatore. Introducing the Anvil prepared the pastry, Mrs. Zimmer Chorus as played by the great superintended the other buiuiub Band. New selections, Dauza and condiments, and before the slaughMexicana's, etc. ter began the long, Iadened table preto resist, Take your city and county claims sented a scene too tempting Capt. will pay too beautiful to spoil. But to Thomas J. Smith, Jr., who announced the object of the aprl3-t- f cabli for same. meeting "to hide everything in sight," The Richmond Military Band, as- and the Knights drew their swords, unsisted by the best vocal and instrumen- buckled their belts and fell upon the tal talent, will close the season with helpless supper like ten thousand the best efforl of the year. General bricks. In half the space ot time occuadmission 35 and 20 cents. Babies 1 pied by one E. Berry in telling a joke cent. Reserved seats 50 cents, at Perry on ' Mr. Schmidt," the place was deso & Thomas' drug store. late.devastated, supper was over, and the delightful banquet served here In our last week's issue we stated most in many years, was credited to that Alex Pence, who killed James here Zimmer. Smith at Shearer, was released on Hotel folThe Uniform Rank elected the Ed$3,000 bail. The statement was a misRobert lowing officers: Captain take. The killing occurred at the soldier at ward Lee,Bigerstalf,abornKentucky, bouse of Pence iu his (he beet drilled man In and Boone. Mr. Pence was not pleased years experience, some of around his house with fifteencelebrated-Jtowawith Smith's conduct wium, in the and was especially enraged when he ,it 'SQ's. pro- campaign in the and found him in bis Mr. William w.iev4w ... Mr ceeded to punish him and possibly he expected. used more, foree than For spring The R. N. I. & B. w ill sell round trip tickets at greatly reduced rates to the Spring Meeting New Louisville Jockey Club, Louisville, May 4th to 20th. Call on nearest Agent for particulars. A out" and "glued together" any "old thing" on which to mark a cheap price. The only thing cheap about this kind of X n cr rt. -- o - a o 2 clothing is the price. Onr Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good things for our friends and patrons, we are selling a good Cassimere Suit for men at S2.4S per suit. We are showing several styles in iue. JtW JfAk X Our New 4mS Spring; and 3 " 2.3 o- o 00 3 --. S3 r; C r -- se Lelter Written By Dr. In William J, Chen- - Summer Wear Clothing. nauif 1846. The following is a letter written by Dr. William J. Chenault, brother of Hon. A. T. Chenault and Mr. Samuel & Represents Modern Tailored Heady to beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at $3.98 that are cheap at S7 50 ; when you see our $5 00 and $6.00 6iiiis you will agree with us that we save you from $2.50 to $3 50 on a suit as they aro worth from $8.50 to $10.00 elsewhere. We sell Boy's Knee Pants at 15c per pair. We have just opened a handsome line of the Mrs. Jane Hopkin's Star make Boy's Knee Pants and Suits, the' are made Double Knee and Double beat, warranted not to rip, the boy's pants of this kind running up to 15 years old. Boy sizes are only 49c per pair. all-wo- -3 3 Isi L o rr, c c" o o Ladies' Good Black Hose 4c a pair, Ladies' seamless black hose 5c a pair; Ladies' better seamless black hose 8c a pair: our 25c ladies' black hose are now only 19e; Men's seamles sox 5c; Men's extra heavy seamless sox 8c; our 10c black sox are worth 2Cc elsewhere ; Children's 5c a pair; Children's seamribbed hose sizes less ribbed hose 6-- only So. We are showing a beautiful line of Fancy Plaid and Stripe ilosu-rfor ladies' and children, also all the new novelties. Kid curlers large size 5c a bunch, white rose cabinet hairpins the best oc each, curling irons oc, men s garters iv, 10 and iw. ladies gar ters silver and gold buckles silk web 25c, tooth brushes 4. 5, S and 10c, children's suspenders any size 10c, embroidery san silk d spools oc each, hairpins 1c a boo, good pins 1c a paper. needles lc a paper, alumnium thimbles lc each. white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children lc each, best spool (otton 3 for 10c. en velopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's and lames necKwear, wnue and colored seaming braid oc a bunch, linen corset laces 3c each, good gum webbing lc a yd, silk webbing 10c a yd. 6-8 y 100-yar- 'J Chenault, of this city. "We believe Clothing made with care and thought to give the wearer the letter will be of interest to the remaining few who stnrted with him to perfect satisfaction. It's surprising how "much good" can the war with Mexico and to such of our be put into clothes and sold at the prices we name: readers as remember the exciting times in '40 It may also cause some S6, 58, S10, S12.50, S15 and to ponder seriously their determinaNo matter what price suit you buy here, you are getting tion to go to Cuba to take part in our present troubles. The Burr referred to more real values for d money than elsewhere. in the letter is Burr Richardson, son of Capt. Tlios. Richardson, who then resided on the farm now owned by Mr. S. Q. Royce, near Foxtown. The remains of Burr Rtchaidson were brought from Louisville to this county to bo buried by David Waller Chenault, afterwards Col. Chenault in PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS. the war between the States and T. J. 500 of at once one lot of about the Celebrated French Woven Century Corbet worth $1 00 elsewhere, our price 59c as long as they last. We will put on sale 5 2 IT'S ALL IN THE PRICE' Most mer chants figure to see how much they can get for an artirle, we figure to see how cheap it can be sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash "' S18.V. SESSi ur j-o- well-earne- - W. Don't think that your liver needs treating if you are bilious. It don't. It's your stomach. That.is, your stomach is really what causes the biliousness. It has put your liver out of order. See what's the matter with your stomach. Sick stomach poisons liver and then there's trouble. Shaker Digestive Cordial cures stomach and then all's well. That's the case in a nutshell. Shaker Digestive Cordial is no secret. Formula's on every bottle. But it's the simple honest way it's made, the honest Shakor herbs anil" other ingredients of which it's composed, that make it so efficacious. And real case of indigestion and biliousness can be cured with a few bottles of Shnker Digestive Cordial. Try it Sold by druggist, price 10 cents to 1.00 It per bottle. When a man 6aves a dollar for a rainy day it grinds him to have to spend it for an umbrella. Tho old story of Prometheus is a parable. Prometheus was on terms of intimacy with the gods. From them he stole fire, and gave it to men. For this sin he was bound to the rocks of Mount Caucassus, and vultures were set upon him. They only ate his liver. This grew agaius as fast as it was pecked away. Are his sufferings to be imagined? Take a modern interpretation of the parable. There is no cooking without fire. In cooking and eating the mischief lies. The stomach is overtasked, the bowels become clogged, they cannot disposed of the food that is given them. The impurities back up on the liver. Then comes the vultures the formenls of a diseased liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Discovery is more than equal to the vultures of dyspepsia and its kindred diseases. There is no more need of suffering from dyspepsia than there is of hanging one's self. Sold by all mediIt cine dealers the world oyer. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. Covington in Mitchell Eighty-tw- bt e trom-lwne- well-kno- w te w n w w Gil-ffior- e's Richardson, brother of deceased, took-sicand died a few dajs after returning home. Louisville, Ky., Junc28,'4G. Deak Sister: As I am at leisure this morning I will take some of the time to address you for the first time in my life. I am in the city and haye been ever since poor Burr Richardson was brought in; that is just two weeks I never left his side until he breathed his last. Day and night I was with him until death claimed him for his own. When I became satifled that he must die I cannot describe my feelings. Though he was from home, he was surrounded by his friends. The rest you know. After the departure of the corpse from here I was sent for to wait on a Mr. Wilson and Meredith Burton. Wilson is much better, but I fear Burton is not yet out of reach of that blessing to man, death. So you see why I am yet here. We have seven of our company now in the city, all of whom are confined. And I am told there are some six at the camp unfit for duty. Thus it seems onr ranks are to be brought to a fraction almost at home, and it is all owing to the weakness of our rulers. are well. I saw him Waller and yesterday for a short time only; indeed so short was the time that I could not hear anything from home. I cannot tell you when we will leave this place, if ever, though the mules that are to draw our baggage wagons arrived here yesterday, and we are looking daily for arms. So this looks somewhat like we will soon go some way. I never was in better spirits in my life, taking all things into consideration. I have gained ten pounds in flesh. I sent you by the last mail a large newspaper and I hope you may get it, and I intend, when the opportunity affords, to send you my minature as a memento of love to be kept by you until I return, and in the event I never see you more it will in after times bring to memory the knowledge that such a being as myself existed. It is a perfect likeness of me as I am. I hope by this time you have learned to behave with more fortitude. Your weakness on the day of my departure entirely unnerved me for the first time in my life. Instead of glorying in the patriotism of two such brothers, you almost persuade them, by your tears, silent orators, to abandon their coun try. But I hope you are now glad wo have gone. True, the chances of war are many against us, "'but there is a special providence in the fall of a to-da- Kntghts Full Uniform Attend Services. Has Whooping Couph al Wo have always believed that "Friendship is tho best college character can graduate from. Believe in whooping cough was a disease excluit, seek for it, and when it comes sively confined to children, and the keep it sacredly." The congregation which crowded one that was fortunate to run the I Big-gersta- ff bed-roo- m n sparrow." I want you to give my love to sister and Mr. Burgen, to father, mother, and all my brothers, and then to all my friendB, male and female. Tell the girls to write, for the young men peculiar boon of heaxen, are cither too lazy to do so or have not "Friendship,mind's delight and pnde, The noble which. men and angel only Riven, To the capacity I don't know To all the lower world denied." After attending to all these injuncBefore selecting your spring suit, tions, and remembering me to everymust re- call on Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street body, black and white, you ceive my love with a kiss. I remain tailor, Reduced Rates via L. & N. as ever vour truly jdevoted brother, Wim. J. Chenault. One fare for round' trip to Lexington The Doctor here censures the Presi- May 4, 5, 6 and 7, good returning until dent and Governor very severejy for May 10th via lu & N. One fare to allowing tho men to remain in snch an Louisville and return May 9 and 30, unhealthy location. We thought it and morning of 11. good returning until May 13, account May Festival. best to omit the criticism.-Edi- tor Climax: Chas. Jacobs, tb n gauntlet of infancy and escape the malady until he or she had arrived at manhood or womanhood could afely count on never being annoyed with a cough that could never be controlled nor cured until it has run its course of annoyance to the unfortunate victim. We are able to certify now that our premise was wrong aud our conclusion erroneous. Our old friend, Mr. O. K. Oldham is now eighty-tw- o years of ago and is coughing and whooping and "Friendship." Every seat in the house was occu- making more complaint about it than grandson did, from pied and many were unable to obtain his whom he contracted the disease. admittance. Tno musical programme preceding the sermon was a very enThe Last of The Concerls. joyable feature of the evening. Miss It would be useless to enumerate the Keith, the accomplished organist, reasons why our people should pntron-iz- e played a beautiful prelude, and this tho Band Concert on Thursday was followed by songs by the choir, evening. Wo' seem now to properly composed of Misses Krohn, McMillan, estimate the .value of this local organiCrow, Shaw, Russell, and Messrs. zation, and have given some material Traynor, Abbott and Minier. Prof. evidence of our appreciation of it. Minier rendered a sacred selection But many such testimonials would be upon the comet which quite surpassed but slight returns for the sacrifices any of his previous exhibitions. The made by the young men to give to musical feature of the Richmond a really first class band. followed. "The Voice of the Father," Their fine instruments and uniforms a solo by Miss Edna Krohn, a vocalist for twenty men, salary tor tho teacher, from Chicago, whose superb voice fillrent, loss of time, etc., etc., foot up a ed every niche of the edifice. The large very large sum of money, and as this audience was profoundly still, which city is the home of this metropolitan is the highest"compliment that can be organization, wo feel sure no loyal paid a singer. And the young lady citizen feels aught but the deepest inwas in good voice and rose to the occaterest in the Richmond Military Band sion with masterful skill thrilling her Attend its last concert enraptured hearers with her soulful evening at the Court House, imd song. whilst receiving full value for your Dr. MacMillan read the 15th Psalm, money, attest your intorest in the orand after a beautiful, fervent prayer, ganization that is a credit to the whole subentered upon the discourse. His Grass region of Kentucky. ject, as announced, was "Friendship," Blue finding its highest earthly attainment in the Jives ot xiavia anu jonutuuii, Damon and Pythias, Orestes and Pylides. With tho Doctor's characteristic force, his beautiful vocabulary, Are much In little; always nm ready, efficient, satisfac and lofty spiritual purpose, he told tory; prevent a cold or fever, B M 11 fr story of these surpassingly beauti- cure all liver lib, nick head- the ache. Jaundice, constipation, etc. Price 25 cents. ful examples of heroism and The only l'illi to take with ilood'f Sariaparllia. friendupon the altars of true About the only good thing3 some men ship. These narratives from sacred and profane history or mythology, have is a reputation for being bad. full of pathos, tragic always, divinely From an Old Soldier. beautiful, paved the way to the Doc Knox,Ind., Jan. 14, 1897. tor's brief lessson from their recital Gents: I have every ccnfidedco in the friendship of onr Elder Brother, recommending yonr Syrup of Pepsin. Christ the I am 72 yearn of age and am broken The sermon was unusual in that it down, the trouble having been bought Your held up the mirror to our human loves on by my experience in the war. man a con- medicine lias done me more, good and hates and jealousies, and hundred doctors and I ara just about trasted them with the purified devo- well of stomach troubles. Yours truly, Jefferson Wiliielm. tion of heroes whose fame will live may4-lAt B. Ii. Middelton. time shall be no more, recorded until pages Indian oak, one of the hardest 'of in Sacred Scriptures and on the woods, will sink in water. of history, enduring monuments to the Second Presbyterian church Sunday night witnessed a novel sight when about thirty members of the Uniform Rank of the Knights of Pythias filed into the church under command of Capt It. E. L. Biggersaff. Seats had been reserved for this body of handsome, soldierly young men, who had specially requested of the pastor that he repeat a sermon recently delivered by him on tho subject of four-year-old Tetter, and Kczcma. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum I mm IS wmmwwRk& ; iftif Dr. CauVs Condition Ponders, are just what a horse 'needs when in bad condition. Tome, blood pnnner and They are not food but vermifuge. medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 3ents per package. The lions at the Zoological Gardens if a ? & eat twelve pounds of fresh meat each per day. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly made. The waters of the Grand Falls of Labrador have excavated a chasm thirty miles long; Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and rofrestamg to the taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire systrm, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please buy and try . box 10, 2."). 60 cents, bold and of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. to-da- 5$ NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO JOE'S CORNER. s Biggerstaff & Oldham Wish to notify their friends and patrons that they have moved to the MAMMOTH STORE ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, recently occupied by Joe, and cordially invite 5f it 5$ S -- evening There are 2,487 different varieties of fire escapes and ladders to be used in cases of emergency. PIaMfHCNUBIAN TEA cures Dynpep-- F 8ia, Constipation and Indi- Idlllvl v Nearly 100 different machines have been invented for boring rock. gestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G.White. Within fiive years the number of for0. eigners in France has decreased by It is now 1,027,000. 74,-00- IS W www? yv latest importations in everything1 in the Furn- lture Line rt.r. i nnll n.irl . V.l-l... fI- - .. r. 1 &$ A little bov asked for a bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can," the druggist recognized a household and give him a bottle of those famous name for "DeWjtt's Little Early Risers" little pills for constipation, sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. Holland is the only country in Europe that admits coffee free of duty. Color Came Back. Hood's III !s The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the best thing to keep on hand. It heals qnickly. and is a well known cure for piles. 'Douglas & Wines, Druggist. In Hungary there are thousands of villages and hundreds of small towns without a doctor within ten miles. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoka Your Life Away. If you waut to quit tobacco using eisily aud forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, c, is is & m self-sacrifi- bed-roo- m . ... ukM-t'B-Trxill- ; j... StrMrKiferTie tai-st- fwhioaable Main races May 3 tor2p inclusive uae ta Kew OrIeaB Hd re'tHra 'e- - aeirae cmt .the hand- -' er Educed, ratesto Louisville BlA-Msy- account ta eWatrwiBwk nvMag Mtf,l 4HMWH( " ". ,, $ field; Germany, 310: Russia, 210. are the only pills to take CUBAN OIL cures with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver $ Cuts, Burns, Bruises, It ills. ., and Sores. Price, 25 amta. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors t Vf. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. O. White. may5 lyr In fourteen States and Territorial of Twenty-fou- r members of the House the United States marriage between of Commons are total abstainers. first cousins is forbidden by law. Wkea Nature Cascabets stimulate liver, kidneys and Seekers after gold are often disappointed. Seekers after health take KPi1a flfiaistanrfi it mnv V.e best to ren bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-l- y Hood's Sarsaparilla and find in meets der It promptly, but one filiould remem 10c. It ber to use even tue mostpenect remeevery expectation. Vultures cannot discover a carcasii by of two horses equals dies only when needed. jjThe best and the sense of smell. They tely entirely most simple and gentle, jjemedy is the upon their sight when in quest of jood. that of fifteen men. Syrup of Figs, inannuujtuted by the Caliorniaf Fig Syrup Co. jf may4-lApril Wisdom. ' Fran a Melhedist PreacLcr. There are 24,000 Gaolic tpetddng HighBe sure, that vour blood is pure, vour Jan! 12,1897. Clav Citynd., appetite good, your digestion perfect. landers in the city of GImeow. Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. To purify yonr blood and build! arj (3antiprni.il i It affords Ii me great M.L. Yocum, Cameron Pa., says "I health, take Hood's Sarsapaiilla. ij pleasure to speak in pruiee of your most Tlita medicine has accomplishes reexcellent medicine. I hafo suffered I was a sufferer'for ten yeaia, trying most all kinds iol pile remedial hut without markable cures Of all blood dieeiisee. quite a great aeai iroui m. 4uu.v.i- f - 'rV.lVIU'o UIfnU , MUtUCW. l.ll.4fcfcO "IIW) Hazel Salve It is tbe-- True .Blood Purifier. f hnroanlt nf fifidentarv habits and HlugHood's Sarsaparilla bag powa to reniedy wns- recommended tom , if used one eish-Jivand bowels. Ycair . z oy pumyiaiiau. o.ww i my heau-- . bo It has effected if pee oaHent enre.". corrects "these tnmbhwsanj VnlSKL As a .wermaMwit wwlw. IM? XMjWftt'g in year Wood; giving yo an tap e are rtoppad.,;JC a,. Hood' Pills "Both my hnsband and myself have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla with great benefit and we value it very highly. Soon after we began taking it the color came back to our face and our run down systems were built up. Hood's Sarsaparilla has done us wonderful good." Mks. F. M. Siiockley, Wickliffe, Kentucky. full of new life aud vigor, tako tnat makes weak men tho wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pouuds in ten days. or jour ;00,000 cured. Buy Over drucgist, under guarantee to euro, 5lo or $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Cli icaco or New York. In time of war France can put 370 out of every 1,000 of her population in the Platift rlillllvl Bheu-matis- m IS IS IS IS FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combi nations and Iron something new. BUFFETS-Th- e only thing of the kind ever ever exni Diced m Kicnmona. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties in- eluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $8.00 in Ash, Maple Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej'- e and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, HungaMaple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $1S.OO. We are too busy to give a fall list ot oar immense stock, bat assure jou that anything yoa may need yon can find at 007 new quarters. 2ucn r 1 a is- - It WW l S Jtvt m , iNteM pw iktej DAY TELEPHONE 78. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. J The-strengt- h & affe. 1 IS IS ' Wfeei ii tie City Hake Tmt OLDHAM Huifiirters Witt - maxe-yuuwtN- Judge Scotk oa promptly admitt badyb W ' " - - Wt,iA hW ' . - Ptor'M.,I ,'ChurcliV twy4-ir- a . lwt ViteiKiWfllM Wfawi IMgW r jualv is '! v rtrwmth. ad "ta'ecve, ., - itaf and fH OMitta I mmmte fpfcfyWWWoBpfftWfc'W ik BL I W -- '? "i: C r 5 r ii ., i ' 1 HP J&f& ..1 & - .AsiSaI utEsmSSBmaSSBBwmH j "r j. f i ', 5 ", t "l 1 I Wanted-- Hn Idea Protect roar Idea: thaymajr bring yon weaJta. Writs JOHN WJCIMJERBURN A CO, Patent Attor-Waahlnctdn. IX C, for their UO) prUe oner of two hundred Inventions granted. S3 A CONVENT JIM ALLEN'S WITTY WORDS. A DULL COURT. fSf&$2j& Notice to Creditors! of B. L. Price, deceased, will present the same to the undersigned, properly verified on or before June 1st, 1838, or they will be barred. All parties indebted to the estate will call and settle on or before said date and save costs. I M. M. PB1CE, apr20-7DH C H. VAUGHT. j Adm.r. w AH parties having claims against the estate (Cynthiana Democrat. War, or something olso, had a detho United States saves its bacon cidedly depressing effect upon court Tho Sisters of the Convent school at If Ivey West havo offered to tho Govern- Spain will lose her mackerel. day. Monday's crowd was much largment tho use of their three building as There is ono awful prospect in the er than the nverago, but it was princia hospital and their own services ns war with Spain. Think of tho future pally a "talking" assembly and comniireps during the war with Spain. magazine articles! paratively little buying. Mr. Geo. Vf. That is the kind of "loyal women of Ii.vne, auctioneer, sold a bull for $3S ; a An Indiana girl lias been asleep for American liberty " that they aro mak- over a week. Lucky girl. She es- dry cow at $23.50; 5 horses at $6.50 to ing no word boasts of "patriotism" in caped all tho war news. $25 and a sow at S4 75. times of peace but showing their love A cow 6oId privately at $22.50 i G Tho Louisville Times has at last of country by useful action in time of calves at $11 a head and ten 80-lmemtioned the name of tho Louiavillo I Tho Catholic Columbian. ALL WOMEN Should knoiv tJiat tho "Old Time" Koruedy, PLEASE TRY IOY 25c. 50c. H need. "GKXEKODS Frankfort & Moili AND PATRIOTIC- TEA'DEll" Railway. 1 when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant In Effect March 1, 1897. and refreshing to the taste, and acts DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Iowels, cleanses the sysEAST BOUND. a.m. p.m. tem effectually, dispels colds, head6 30 300 Lve Frankfort 6 45 320 aches and fevers and cures habitual Ait Elkhom 3 32 6 51 SwiUer. Syrup of Figs is the 7 02 3 48 constipation. Stamping Ground 7 08 358 only remedy of its kind ever proDuvalls 4 15 720 Georgetown- 4 30 duced, pleasing to the taste and ac8 00 Georgetown. 4 42 8 12 Arr Newtown. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 4 52 . 822 Centreville. . 4 53 8 28 Elizabeth its action and truly beneficial in its 8 40 5 10 Pans .. effects, prepared only from the most WEST BOUND. a.m. p.m. healthy and agreeable substances, its 9 20 5 30 Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth .932 5 42 many excellent qualities commend it 9 38 5 48 to all and have made it the most . . Centreville 9 48 5 58 Newtown. 00 6 10 popular remedy known. ...10 Georgetown 10 40 630 Lve Georgetown Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 10 56 6 41 Arr Duvalls. 6 48 11 10 cent bottles by all leading drugStamping Ground 11 25 659 SwtUer . gists. Any reliable druggist who 7 08 11 35 Elkhom. 7 20 11 55 FranVfort. may not have it on hand will proC D. BEECAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent cure it promptly for any one who GEO. B. HAEPER, Gen'l Supt, wishes to try it. Do not accept any Frankfort, Kentucky- substitute. ONB BNJOY Both tho method and results Tho letter o( the Mother was addressed to Commander Superior Forsyth, le Mph CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. an. Ohio Railway. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL NEW YORK, N.X. LOUISVILLE. IX. jan5-l- y Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt- - Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom- New York Limited F. F V 6 55 7 30 3 00 4 50 am am pm pin LOUISVILLE EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morebead Accom... 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington tnd Mt. Sterling Accom 923pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sun-daOther trains run daily. Through sleeping aud dining car service to New York. For information, rates orsleeperreservations K. HOOD. Agent L.A.N.R-.- , call on or write Richmond, Ey. or GEORGE W BARNEY, V. A. C. A. O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. D. v. flu H c 8 LOUISVILLKY. krb f Euopeu ul flui. EASIER THAI EM. Rail- road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all oints in Arkansas Texas Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central" s Memphis and New Orleans Vcstibuleit Gentlemen's Cafe on "Limited." is equipied makes it "Easier Than Office floor. Ever" to take a tnp to the above mentioned termor . MUSIC The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the iouth, also a veeVlj t'ullman Tout 1st Car tor California, Lve Louisville every Thursday Arr Memphis Friday. Arr New Orleans Fnda) Lve NewOrleansFnday Arr Houston Saturday Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Elpaso Sundav Arr Los Angeles Monday Arr San Francisco Tuesday Th ii Tie Trst Vlnitr Eaatt U CaJaVnui. 9 25pm h The present schedule of Illinois Central The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending1 the day in the city. Thurs- day and Sunday eeninjr. TH0S. A. MULLIGAN, MANAGEIt. 4 M-M- 7 45pm 8 20jni 8 45am 4 45pm 3 45pm 9 20pm 5 15im decl-l- v HHHHHHHi Bock I kdm FOR municate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, LouiMille. Kj . Wil. Alfokp Kbixo.M), A G. P. A., Louisville, Kj A. II. Havsos. G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com- 5vtc, aviA 3VccAcu. Sws.. 2c, ovua&o R, N. 1. & B. B. 0. 1st Class. 2d Class. Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. -- Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect Sundav, December 3, 1S9G. EAST BOUND. - No. lTNo.3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 58 In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best We v ill not transact business with irresponsible companies. Je2-l- y 261 Second Street, Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million Moberlev. Bra&sfiofd P.M. 6 52 A.M. 5 25 6 48 8 20 UpStairs. - 735 8 00 8 13 P. M. Panola 12 12 12 12 13 830 850 9 15 10 00 10 05 Irvine WEST IS 30 35 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE I 05 . 1C25 1H40 11 35 I Long Troubles BOUND. No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 Ex Sun'Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San P. M. 1 t 1 and Consumpton Cured. Can bo Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Irvine 25 55 P.M. A. 11 1 1 1 M 55 05 1 SO 209 6 6 31 20 45 An Eminent Jew York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav. will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as beniflcial to humanity as can be claimed by anv modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is by "heartfelt letters of Eroven his American and Europeangratitude," laboratories in thousana i rom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lnng tro isles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, S3 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Richmond Climax. Jly7-l- y 620 658 750 2 12 "5 3 10 3 25 4 40 350 4 15 5 00 2 15 350 635 P. M. P.M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&.T. P. trains to and from Ciucinnati. J. V,. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent A. M. L. & N. f. O. JR. JR. DIVISION. Win- lv. a. m. IMns, Mayeville, chester mail. 6.20 In Effect Nov. 7, 1S96. Express for Cincinnati, anl Lexington r. AKV M.1 7.20 r. m. ville, Winch 2.00 Lexinirton mail. I Cincinnati. Paris, ester a ml Jel--1.0- Mays-1.00 11.43 a. m. r 3.19 m. 1.15 vinjrston, London, 5 lico, Pineville'. 12 55 Fast line for Livingston, A. It. London,Jellico.Knoxville 3.19 Fact line for Cincinnati. P. M. Paris Winchester. 11.43 ItouUnd. Lancaster andj A. M I Stanford. 10:10 j "dTMJC 'M '.fH1.V.--- It t . rjMK ar-- - TJHH r ym iT I Stanford. For further tiartirulara rail 7:.'50 llunland, Lancaster and n Telephone 78. KUPER HOOD, Agt. rr AfMwx. 7:05 20 IL&Ili IN OHIO. The Leading Specialists of America YEARS 250,000 Cured. 1 Y017 ., w NF.F.H ..wr WECURESTRICTURE Thousands of rounjr and raiddlo-agemen are troubled with this disease many unconsciously. They may havo a fmart-in- g sensation, small, twisting strcasi. Eharp cutting paingat times, flight discharge difficulty in commencing, weak organs, cmi;ion. nnd all tho Fjnii.toma of nervous debility they havo Sl'ltlC-TL'HDon'tlctdoctOMcxpcrimcnton you. by cutting, etretcLiiig, or tearing d A BAILY I NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS you. & GENTS i T F'W METHOD absorb tho stricture tissue; hence rcraoi cs the stricture permanently. 1 1 can never rctnm. No pain, no ruffer-in- g, no dotation Luifiiief.s by our method. ThoFexualorsansaroftrength-eued- . Tho nerves are inwgoratcd. and the blifs of manhood returns. TRhlAT-ilEXf-- Ihiswill nitcaroynu.nsitvtillro-l?HV0u- r Taxes will eat us out finally. The v'ouuty levy is fixed at 50 cents, the Eicliiind Produce Market. town at 75 cents aud tho State at Wl, and with an extra 25 cents for bcliool district purposes will make Stanford Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago fc Co., Stapln and people pay over $2 on the huudred, Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. which is considerable more than they want to Journal. EGGS G to 7c in trade. Wo havo always heard it said that, BUTTE It -- Choice country, 10 15c. in a town where a big amount was reBEESWAX 2025c. ceived from licensed saloons, there was DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c little or no taxes, but here we are told WOOL Clear grease wool, 10(n)13c; that city taxes of Standford are at zlie Bucklen's Arnica Salve. burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. highest limit, and everybody knows CHEESE-Coun- try, 10c. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. that Walton will not lie Sotnmerset 0S1 TIMOTHY 60. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, S.dtEheumFever Paragon. CLOVER 50. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilONE IN A THOUSAND. BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, 50c ; extra clean, C075c ; fancy clean, and positively cures Tiles, or no pay re(Chicago Post.) pure seed, Sl$1.35. quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect "I don't see anything remakable BEANS-- SI 00S1.50 per bu. satisfaction or money refunded. Price . IRISH rOTATOES-50c1.- 23. 2o cents per box. For sale by Perry & about the man." SHOULDER MEAT-- Oc. "That's because you don't know him. This Is Not a Pipe Dream. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. BACON 710c. I've been with him almost constantly decl5-l- y G. White. HAMS-8(??1- 0c. for the last eight weeks, and not once (Medical Record.; ORIGIN OF THE CAKE WALK. has he undertaken to explain to me It is declared that the constant By Old Established House the duty of tho President and Congress an or Woman. habit of smoking pipes lias a perceptiof food Church stand intr. tn at this tim." act as Manager here and do office work and ble effect on the lace. "The pressure The cake walk properly had its ori correspondence at their home. Business alof the lips to hold the pipe in position ready built up and established here. Salary YALE LUCK. gin among the French negroes of jao. Enclose stamped envelincreases the curvature of tho lips ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General Manager. 189 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., round the stem and the muscles be Louisiana more than a century ago. (Harvard Lampoon.) a First Floor. is little doubt it is an offshoot of come more rigid here than in any There "A young Yale scientist, while digsome of the old French country dances. other parts. Thug the lips at a certain ging in a hole for a skunk, found a $5 part become stronger, and the pipe is It resembles several of them in form. gold piece." unconsciously held in the same ha- From New Orleans it spread over the 'That Yale's luck. Any one else bitual position. After long continua- entire South and thence North. It would have found the skunk." was found of convenience to the plantion of the habit small circular wrinnegroes. The Blue and Gray, like two clouds kles form parallel with the curvature tation At a cake walk a man might legiti- at morn tinged by the rising sun, are of the lips around the stem. These aro mately show his prefence for a woman, marching South with steady step to This is the grateful excrossed by finer lines, caused by the pressure of the lips to retain the stem and thus publicly claim her for a wife. mingle into one A stirring example pression of the thirst-sou- l in position. In the caso of old men In effect tho cake walk was not differ- of this truth was witnessed at Fitzger who tastes the liquids who have smoked a pipe for years the ent from tho old Scotch marriage, aid, Ga., one day last week when news cooled by ice made from effect upon the lips is very marked, which required only public acknowledg- arrived that the coast was clear for pure distilled water by not only altering the form of the lips, ment from tho contracting parties. So war with Spain. There is an old oak but of one entire side of the face this festival became, in some sense, a stump near the centre of the town, the Richmond Ice Facto- causing the wrinkles that arc the re- wooing, an acceptance or rejection and which is used as a place for firing sasult of age to deepen, and instead of a ceremony. This explains its popu- utes on occassons of public rejoicing. SSFTree delivery, in any following the natural course of facial larity with tho blacks, outside of its The colony is composed of 9,000 G. A. wrinkles, to change their course so as beauties, with the accompaniment of R. men from the Northwest, who since quantity, and on short to radiate from the part of the mouth music, which is competent at all times their arriveal have fraternized with notice. the Confederate veterans, a sprinkling where tho pipe is habitually carried. to command negro support. Cake walking has improved, as do of whom inhabit tho colony. The men Furthermore, one or both lips often most things that are constantly prac- of the North and of the South congre-grate- d protrude, just like the lips of people around tho ancient stump and who used to suck their thumbs when tised. It has lost its old significance in the South. Negroes now get mar- big charges of power were touched off children. The effects of pipe smoking upon ried, when they marry at all, in the while tho veterans danced around, MANAGER. the teeth and loer jaws are white folks' fashion. It has, however, singing patriotic songs and shouting even more apparent than in ihe ease of become a pantomime dance. Proper- defiance to the Spaudiards. The ere LOUIS L. LANDMAN, the lips. If any man who has smoked ly performed, it is a beautiful one. thusiasm did not subside until a late M. D.. a pipe for a comiderable length of time The cake is not much of a prize, hour will take the trouble to examine his though the negro lias a sweet tooth. At Winchester court dinner of ladies j own teeth he will find that at the Thirty-fiv- e years makes a generation. MissSkillman, of Bourbon, was a pleasNo. 503 West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, point where he usually holds ttie That is how long Adoph Fisher, of ant aud most kindly attendant. The will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., stem between his teeth the latter have Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He war was, as everywhere, subject of, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1Kb. 189S, become worn." was cured by using three boxes of discussion, Judges Beckner and Hag- returning every second Wednesday of each Witch Hazel Salve. Douglas & gard and Shields Cunningham think- month. Glasses adjusted to all persons of defeb!6-lfective vision at popular prices NEW YORK FASHIONS. ing Congressman were mistaken about Wines, Druggist. its being a two weeks affair. Judge "CAGE" MUSE. The ostrich tip is in high favor. Haggard said it was like Jack Willis' effects in millinery are no The King of The Moonshiners Will Soon be estimate of how much sorghum would longer considered stylish. grow on an acre. That depends so and Free Again. French amethysts set in gilt filagree A black spotted sow came to my place, on so, nnd no telling how much. Col. Linden street, about January 15, and has since make dainty ornaments for hats, and "Cage" Muse, the king of Kentucky Craddock. been fed by me. Owner can have same t y callfor evening gowns. ing and paying all charges. moonshiners, will soon be free. feb9-t- f Plaid ribbons and velvets, while still A "West Virginia farmer, who was a JOE BUSH. His term of imprisonment in the retaining considerable vogue, are no Louisville jail will expire this month. firm tieliever and staunch supporter longer granted a place in millinery. Muse admits that he has made during of the uold standard during the last Many Uussiau blouses are slashed the past 21 years 15,000 gallons of w his-k- campaign, found his meat house d from throat to belt in front. last week of a thousand pounds of upon which not a cent of taxes was bacon and a note left in its stead bear clothes are lavishly em- paid to the Government. bellished with corded tucks. ing these words: "You gold bugs can He says he has been arrested thirty-thre- e The skirt with a "saddle gore" is the times and has figured in twenty-tw- o live on confidence, but it takes bacon . . . . HE PAYS THE most approved model for 'cycling. desperate battles with revenue of- at our house." Signed 10 to 1. NaA moire silk pattern shown at Lord & ficers. tional Intelligencer. Taylor's has undulating stripes runHe estimates that he has earned Spain has heard of the 1,000,000 penning from selvedge to selvedge, the from the making of whisky. sioners on the invalid list in tho United . . . YOU PAY FOE THE . . . groundwork being of lilac, and the He is a typical Kentucky mountai- States and wonder where we are to draw stripes of darker hue. neertall, lank and ungainly. our fighters from, overlooking the fact Bodices and coats shows a new design In manner he is mild and gentle, and that in the South can be found a great in trimming, in the shape of a d no ono would be apt to suspect that he army of soldiers, vigorous SSS36SSSS5SSSS$S$SSS$SS$ not reers carried from the right has been hunted over seventeen states only to support themselves, enough help but to shoulder to the left side of the waist, for violation of the revenue laws. Second St. the million invalids in the North as Phone 3. close to the heft. well. Bowling Green Democrat. BICmiONJ), KY. In gloves, the more modest hues are Thousands of sufferers from grippe being crowded to the background by an have been restored to health by One sell our Prntlng WANTED AGENTS to Ikurpairo ami Key army of greens, garnets, orange yellow, Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures ' Presses. ulcanizers, Stamps. Seal Presscoughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, Ch celts. iolet, aud other conspicuous colors Itubbcr es. StencJUJ. &.c. J. F. V. DOltMAN CO., The Pompadour coiffure, which is so grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung VI 1 Ii. Fay ctU) S c, Balto., Md. Catalogue free well liked this season, calls for the disease. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. hat which was designed es FREE: S20.00 Buttermilk with a little cayenne pecially to accompany it. Y Ol 1 1I CF Blcyde.aold Watch, DLimond 4 pepper stirred in the glass, is said to bo Was. or a bcholarshlp in While gilt and steel ornaments are Drauzhon's Practical Btsiness College, Nashville, Teun., or pretty well liked, they are not con- one of tho best remedies known for Texarkana, Tex., or a schol the cure of the liquor habit. The latic sidered as modish as the cut jets. arship in most any other reputable business college or literary school in the O. S. can be siicured acid of the buttermilk ptepares the Among artificial flowers, roses and bydoingalitUe work at home for the "youths journal. Advocate, an illustrated violets are in the popular lead. Burnt stomach and the pepper acts as a It is elevating In character, moral in tone, and orange is in great favor this Spring, stimulating tonic. And iu this conespecially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peoboth for millinery aud for dress acces- nection it may bo well to note that for ple of all opes. Stories and other interesting beveral years, a prominent saloon matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. sories. Evelyn CaiileA keeper of Agents wanted. Address Youths Advocat t Pub. Winchester, who died some Co., Nashville, Tenn. fMeution this paper. time ago, kept buttermilk on hand ct aug!8-l"What were 3'our uncle's last words?" "Ho hadn't time for any; it was a fold- all times, and invariably insisted upon the young men taking buttermilk and CALDWELL'S ! ing bed." cayenne pepper instead of tho regulaCONSTIPATION.il tion drink of liquor. He gave it as The Sons of the Cradle. his opinion that if buttermilk and pepBye.byelHoperisesriigh: There's a sweet litUe cra per was taken regularly it would dle hum? uo in the fcv-x$ty&- A create a distate for alcoholic liquors. ... t.. - Hi tlm iir tlllli . r rRl f cuainjj lo oiess ; From tho number of young men who Two soil chubby hands The sympathetic tenderness of a lov. v 2i A that will oat and caress- patronized his establishment and who ing husband is everything to an expec" pure little soul wingI have rented for 1898 the several housei adtook buttermilk as their tant mother, especially during her first vertised by me last December, but havs now ing down from above; A darling to care for, a four or five other nice cottages, weU located beverage, it is safe to assume that ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a promi- and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at baby to love. In the nent druggist my Messrs. White & Gibson's iitoro, this man did much in a quiet way to following case i-of Dayton, O., gives the wfthoffice over D. days when Stephen . f Parrish, Eve sinned encourage a prohibition sentiment. A customer of mine, whose wife has usi-it was writFLORIDA II. PARKI3H, stand.--Stanfo- rd SEED-S1.5SEED-S2.75$3 ped, Commandant at Key West, who laid the matter beforo Admiral Sampson and received this reply: United States Flagship JNew York, Oil Key West, Fia April 12. Commander J. M. Forsyth, United States Navy, Commander, Key West: Sir. I acknowledge your letter, stating that the lady superior, in charge of the schools of tho Sisters of tho Holy Name Convent of Alary Immaculate at Key West has called on you, and offered, in case of war, to place the convent and the school buildings at the disposal of the federal authorities for hospital service, and that the Sisters tender their personal services as nurses. I cordially agree with your opinion expressed, that this is a most generous and patriotic lender and beg that you will make known to the lady superior end the Sisters my appreciation of their offer and accept, in case it becomes necessary. Very W. H. Sampson, respectfully. Couimander-in-ChieUnited States f Naval F'orce, North Atlantic Squadron. Dispatch. Let tho war proceed. After all women aro at tho bottom of the trouble between the United States and Spain. The soldier boys are bound to havo Anna. Our friends, the Republicans, who have not quite reached an office might join the array and get themselves on the pension list. That's just like find- shoata brought $2.55 each, being purchased by Mr. A. Schoberth. The fanners were all interested in discussing tho war They were much divided iu their opinions of the effect of tho war on prices of products. Some thought the war would be a d to the farmer and others that it would lower prices. God-sen- Is tho best for Tcmtle Troubles. Corrects all lrreijularltleslnKemaleOrirans. Should bo taken tor Cbanr.e ot Life and beforo Planters "0'd Time" havo stOOil the test for twenty years. Chlld-BIrtRr-xst-a CATHARTIG ALL i Made only bjr New Ppencer Medicine Co., Chat-tanoo- n, Tenne'sw. ing money. The Prince of Monaco, who owns Monte Carlo, telegraphed tho Queen ltegent of Spain his regrets at being unable to shoot anything stronger than "craps," but forwarded a subscription of 10 000 pesetas. This talk of Wall street equipping aud sending to the front a regiment iu case of war with Spain is all poppy cock. The bulls won't go, because it is no huh fight, and the bears are very doubtful unless Undo Sam baits them. HIGH TAXES IN A SALOON TOWN. rerry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. Q. White. decB-lyr ftnWiW 1 ffitSir septa-i- y iKoocti SCENT per yard, WALL PAPER 6c up. Stf po - DRUGGISTS. , mmmmmmo With Border to match at 3cJ oth- Jo" 8.V.! iiiiii"!. A A A esa3)eeso9e9oeaseaeeacase V a ers as low lc per yard Neat paper at papers from. You an.. 5 and Ge. Gilt 0l 0l... Clio... ! Do yon need a Plow, .. "t (Times-Democra- t) api-3r- IsMils-Ic- i." Ot our new line of combination SO.- Wall and Ceiling Papers with e i... We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and -Borders to match. The' are Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Stoves On.. and Tinware . Tin Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. ... the cream of all the factories Q lt e bought in quantities of jobers it.. prices and they wont cost you but very little monej'. No it. .: . - ; Brown backs or cheap underground goods, but all of the v'tsiiiiiitgDitiioetocittttttttaittttiiioeitt w O'9 j w esoaoeesasoosicesseQeecwaevaeaeaesooceseease best stock, designs and colorings. No use to waste vour time looking at the small sample books carried around and disphiyed bj eveiy Tom, Dick and Harry, when we can sell you for less price than any of the cities. We have in our employ a number of skilled For Little People, Big People, Thin People, Old People We only paper hangers. and Young People, Rich People, Particular Peocharge 10 cents per single ple and People otherwise. roll to hang your paper in a skillfull manner, then why We can fit the foot and lit the pocket-boo- k in any trust your work to inexperthing in our line, if same is within the reach of the ienced parties? retail shoe dealer. GEO. M. WILLGING, 209 W. Main St., Richmond, Ky. f We do not offer you $4 shoes for S1.9S, because we BUMPS 2:04 RUBESSTEI.2:0S. cannot do so, and j'ou also know it cannot be done, but ff we do aim offer you a shoe for $2 that you will pay S3 for elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that you have paid $4 and $5 a pair for, simply because we want you to get your money's worth. should see ttlo.. Harrow, Corn Planter, Wagon, or other MFffl B di hi::,:;;.: i ( tti. U ..I ..( I .....i .4eo)a w --. TAYLOR. ............ Bros ."a apr6-t- 3-- 4. j". CaW. aw& out Stuv3 && oxe ovik es&im,CTe. David R. Tevis, .."BARITONE" trial 2:23', 29463.. 2:18, I il Phone, Xo. 21. a nF Xf Preeman Bros.. x a -- Tri Vtr KiA First Street. t A T the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred up to now because his produce out race and out sell the produce of any other stallion living or dead. Baron WilVes sired "Bumps" 2:(H Oakland Baron 2:091., Rubenstein 2:05 Baron Dale 2:11 i Nydia Wilkes Rachel 2:08 Baron Rogers 2:09' Baronet 2 11', Red Silk 2:10 Baron Dillon 2:12 Baron Crisp 2:12l, Bay Baron 2:12V! Baronmore 1:14AJ Brava 2:14 XX "Baritone" sired by "Baron Wilkes" feSK VX i i ! . ZrLS i mm& & YOU at . fir--M l A. rl A. W A GdA?fr5IP-ikSXiiAi'Si.rtjr- l A WILL KIND THE BEST OF ijiiss rTi A -- A 1 A k.Y.i ji r De-Wit-t's ASSORTMENT S tw,i y. ALL RACE RECORDS. And 41 others in the list and is as yet comparatively a young horse. "Baritone" is a black stallion, snip nose, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. ears-ol- d this spring. In color, size and action he resembles his sire about as much as any colt he ever got, and has every thing in his favor that s it takes to make up a stock horse, viz.: SPEED. BREEDISO AND INDIVIDUALITY. dam "Black Bess" (2:22", 'Baritone's" 1st Barodaise and she the dam of 2:20'4 at old, and "Baritone" trial 2:234) by Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of Guy 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchcn, she in the great brood mare that this colt comes from a great line of breeding and speed on both sire and dam side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts will go fast and sell well. Service fee $10 cash at time of sen ice with usual return prhilege or money refunded in case of failure. 4- -j high-claslist-Noti- Top-hea- Estray Hog sra & aj rr : -- - - 2 y, roo-be- Light-weig- ht JMl! FREIGHT. DRINKS. V d ti fer1 3S HAWUliTH and YAUDIYER DISC HARKOWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATORS. . .w $20-O- B. H. NEALE. U.' lit A. shawl-ehape- nUNti rniilc rary "aaaftotcrins s. I I'bbcr isr Price to cf J. I". T. Born Co.. 121 E. rnvctto lit.. Iiiltoioro, lid., U.S-- dtalosuo frco. :a All druggists sell Dr. allies' Pain Pills. m iv .p .ixk. rA--- t r All s- - kinds of Sniffle and Double 5 Shovel Plows and all kinds of farm implements at the Sf viuocoii dim VkiAasB im uusi prices ab ympaftiefit BtBtanft. -- FA.RM S&FORI g? b" Vic-tori- ue xr People vrtii5 SA private sale; situated at . JJ. ulidiL An w ww vi 13 am m n v iw sr h mm iv JL m U ion i fi. uo., M7S &r? Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, Richmond, Ky. semi-month- The underpinned has a farm of 20O acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at WHITE'S - STATION, THE" y SDR. PEPSIlN county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, one-thir- on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is n,o better land in Madison Southern Mutual Investment Co,, OF LEXINGTON, KY. r --- -- -. . JA S- SS Read This Attomey-at-Lai- address Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f V - White's Station, Ky. ci.jjcucuueoi Buccessiui nie insur r "rv" ance companies, covennp a period of over 200 years. The same principles covert) both, only OUR PLAN. . ?JXnJSS fnAV-n.S old principle, and B thirst-quenchi- ng -- IPSthai, W iav white von i.tvp THEY pay wheu vou DIE. WE oiler the INVESTMENT feature- -. THEY protect in case of DEATH. IS A LAW AVERAGE. f ten that motherhood should hereafter be ac- WEEK 3WECUREGLEETE3 Thousands continually sapped by this disease. They are frequently unconscious f tho cauo of these symptoms. General Weakness, Unnatural Discharges, Fnil-l-i- g Manhood, iiervonsness. Poor Memory. Irritabihtyat tiaie Smarting Sensation, Sunken Lyes, with dark circles. Hcak Back. (Jcncral Depression. Lack of Ambition, Varicocele. Shrunken Parts, etc (SLEET and STRICTURE luaybathocauMx Don't consult family doctors, aj they havo no experience in Oieso special discarcs don.'t allow Quacks to experiment on you. Consult Specialists, who havo made a hfo study of Disouesof Aim nad Women. OurNEW METUOD TKEArMEN'T will cure yon. Ono thousand dollarn for a caso ire iiccapt for treatment ami c posi-tirt- ly with pain and sorrow; companied To read every day In the year yourg and miildlo-agcmen aro having their scxral isr und vitality aof but this curse upon our fore-paren- ts flie Louisville I Evening Post. The Cvenln- - Post has the Market Reports. State News. J Frankfort News. Washington News. (Short Stories. Women's Page. Children's Page. cimo-ca-- Tercuciodcratcfjrncure. sl .-.. CURES GUARANTEED A frvtflf T7TTC!C?Trt'V-C- ? CTIUCTURK, TMPOTKNCV: SKCRET lift A' A TUBA L DISCHARGJ ua ES. IvTIlXTYnnd BLA DnRRDi--- s. im HATES By Mail Only. J2 iFRKE t o monins 3 .Months. 1 Month .. Months,, -- . $2.00 If unable tn call, write for iiiirsTii'iikr in ivi?" r TREATMENT. Tirt-rT3- 1.00 1.SO .SO Kennedys KerganI 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. DSS. i CLUBBED WITH THISPAPER. Sample Copies Pnratthed ua AppfecaUGH, LmtaAKAtwAW WgW'lf lb- - AB iw" as mankind have learn ed to rise superior to many of their sins and mistakes. One of the grandest agencies which Science has discovered to relieve motherhood from excessive suffering is the "Favorite Prescription" devised by Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. This wonderful "Prescription " imbues the entire nervous sys. tern with natural, healthy vitality, gives elastic vigor to the delicate organism spe. cially concerned in motherhood; renders May Musical Festival Louis--- f the prospective mother strong and cheerful ille, Ky. and makes the coming of baby entirely free from danger and almost free from pain. The delighted gratitude of Mrs. Pearl May 9, 10 and 11, on account of the Walton, of Alvo, Cass Co., Neb., will find an echo Ja the heart of every expectant above occasion, tho Southern .Railway mother " Prevteas to the birth of my child." writes will sell from all stations in Kentucky, Mrs. Walton, " I had no appetite, was sick at my round trip tickets to .Louisville, Ky., on stomach, had headache, could not rest at night, May 9 and 10, and for morning trains of "was completely worn out in every way. I commenced to use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Presoriptioa and began to improve right away. I used I wo 31ayll,atouo fare for the round trip, bottles of this greet medicine and felt like a new or particulars, call on yourHiieareet person. At the time of confinement J was in labor but a tiUle while and I owe it all-tthat agent, or write AVm. H. TavW. Afi gTeat remedy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prcscrip- P. A., 210 fqwth IiwiSle slJ o ana more has been lightened more A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health. DeWitt's Little Early Kisers cleanse the liver, cures constipation and all 6tomach aud liver " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically trouble. Douglas & Wines. Drugdst. compounded liniment which affords certain relief in the various ailments childbirth, and assures proper The IiOuisville District of the Amerielasticity to the cords and muscles incan Homing Pigeon Fanciers has volved m the final ordeal. offered the government the service of "Mother's Friend" is sold by drug1,090 carrier pigeons for the purpose of gists, or expressed on receipt of one catrying dispatches both on land and dollar. Valuable book, sea. Mr. Chas. A. Hess, national sec- Born," mailed free on"Before Baby is application. retary of this district, has made the THE DRADFIELD REGUUT0R CO.. Atlanta, Ca. offer. The local owners havo been Jan5-l- y training their birds every month for work of this kind. Each afternoon 60 YEARS' they have been sent up the Short line EXPERIENCE a considerable distance to fly back to their lofts. Exchange four bottles of Mother's Friend" before siys.Niftcr seeing the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through theordetl again, and there were but four bottles on the markc. and the cost was J100 per bottle, she would have them. an2S-t- f Attorney and Agent. ECONOMIST RANGES nito and toed mathcatlckTrnle, inllen ol Willi triPTTi. llrrl lo f i(a rnnvinn pits-cedi- ng Who can think of tome simple tWmr to taittnl? Protect your Idea; they may bring yon Trial th. CO., Patent .Utor Write JOHN WEDDERBDRN nejs. Washington. D. C, for their 11.800 prize oiler and Hit of two hundred larentlona wanted. INSURANCE kill tSSSSJS Vlinhc Wanted-f- in Idea Cnt Sair i .. '" ' defi' m thUSand dyie fire oa so y PolWe.. They There is no reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his investment companies of America. UE0. XV. RILEY CfmaatniTeInfa?snrneel . .s ZKgA&'&TffiSfiS life insurance Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommemls Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., ilay 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Co!., O.: Gents I have purchased a bytf of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. JN. Middelton, druL'gist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that they save me im mediate relief every time. 1 tnink jt an. OUR MISSION. CAXOETA1.V LIFE ,XSDEANCE. on-tit- c (SJll tw-,nt.--- c r niens provlaed wherebv the nthir cangkllYelnranceT OnKSfiSS jE ' sama or greater benefits for an eraal les pendltareVconsidSw tKP2JtU? to ?niZ7 ihe rivea. and those advantages maV 'be entoTeddUriiifcfc!,"?i5? ?T,taB WhhcSfthere 8"TrSVou4(oftheppleare "..?.. iistootTt Unof0 T NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. cannot be verified by actnarrrauits. excellent remedy. 0 Vnmiinili.A)nU.( I ,.:.. .1 " . f, urre?u'rlaDIeEslubltof Growth. Spditoi-.tn-by our r lno5& InTesUgaUon. No statement made that Yours very truly, Geo. , m w. Riley. . Others Msie Money. Roofing, Gutteringand General - ! Anrons sending a iketrh and descrlpttoa raay qulcklr ancertatn our opinion free wneuier an invention la proDaoiy UonsatrlcUrconadent Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest sseacr for securinjr PAtenU. Patenta takes through Munn & Co. recelra rpeeiai notice, without chant?, tn the A bandeosielr Ulastrated woeklr. calattoa of tmr seienttfle Joarnal. Trade Marks Designs ' Copyrights Ac. Sckttliflc flttttrkait. I r. Prtrw't Tito . '? swtiHfc, fsW Ti - ( KF; je 5 5, mmarAIf. - M .WHs. I ISTj:l tMir Boatas. U. SoidbvaB aewidtaisir.. t VtmuLtta zr lit" if n ; , tOHJf Ji tXCJWrtxMu DUeate Faiilac .Horn orr.impoteocr. oleepiMsneaa, etc., einisd D7 ADntt or ocaer czecasaa aaa lcdlr THmt avuian and eretlons. rwloro jUwt Vltalitr in oldoriODBi ana fit a man for itnd j, trasuiacs or man rnnat laasnltr and OaawaniDtkai It toknaln time. IneircKe aaowa UDsaeoute tai suntopoa effect a :UKK wiore all otlw tad harlnj atat ths eenalao AJai TaMel Bars earea tBooaaada and wl ean tso. icito vrusaa Bnarentoo to enact a cur aaeh oaaa itvsd thA aooaar. Prima 6D6TI packuei or ail pkar (fall traitanautl faar . sau, ib puuo amucar. upoa nemtpc ot MADE TABLETS POSHTVELY C DRE ME A MAN AJAX V Trf mlniSrlatS0 "Work. U Why Not Yon? ' busint- - ot li!e- -is an evidence of tho louainesv Send fcr official literature plan in Sn. otr sagacity In every vocaUon Uw. merchant, (l Job 1 W1J Hit in HE SHIM $ 8-DR. Wrs A. T. Million, Local Agent, SMITH BOWMAJf; SgCT'v.l,, Xy. EICHMOND, janae-i- KKXTTJCKY- r PortwU Jjj :JUchji4;t;Syi. b PEtttJBOM .1 YRUPri9f9C91 rfWii VT? CAI.DWCU.taVv ' - ' I LI L. ,. , H w nfIIL. Ill II1IU JL $1.25 III a n r am Mm I I aa-, i(l Hal :n siva mm IN TvaV VBsB l " m aW m ., '1 e -.- ...! , ' ct'Sc -- wU.